Varicose veins in New Zealand: prevalence and severity.

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Three categories (none, mild, and moderate) of varicose veins are studied, and the independent variables studied are race, age, sex, height, weight. Quetelet index and parity. In Maoris the age standarised prevalence rates of varicose veins are 36.3 percent in males and 47.4 percent in females. In Pakehas the rates are 21.6 percent in males and 40.4 percent… (More)

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