Structural and histochemical characteristics of experimental perimuscularization of the femoral vein in different ways

Abstract

Attempts have recent ly been made to prevent the reflux of blood in the altered valveless deep veins of the lower limbs by creat ing artificial valves [2, 4, 6, 8], and also by extravasal constr ict ion by the fascia lata [1] or by perivenous cuffs made of tantalum wire, 0.3 mm in diameter , in the form of a coil [3]. Unfortunately, in t r avascu la rva lvemeehan i sms create a turbulent blood flow, which leads to thrombus formation, whereas permanent perivenous stenosing devices, while reducing re t rograde reflux of blood, lead to disturbance of the centripetal blood flow.

DOI: 10.1007/BF00837302

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@article{Zuev2004StructuralAH, title={Structural and histochemical characteristics of experimental perimuscularization of the femoral vein in different ways}, author={N. S. Zuev and Pavel Dunaev and V. A. Agarkov}, journal={Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine}, year={2004}, volume={99}, pages={662-664} }