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By Mitchel P. Goldman, Mihael Georgiev, Stefano Ricci

ISBN-10: 0824759095

ISBN-13: 9780824759094

ISBN-10: 0849341000

ISBN-13: 9780849341007

The one textual content in particular dedicated to the topic, this moment variation serves as a whole and sensible consultant for office-based surgical procedure of varicose veins-providing quite a few illustrations showcasing the anatomy of varicose veins, in addition to step by step assurance of the ambulatory phlebectomy process.

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Marius was embarassed of exhibiting varicose veins to his soldiers under the tunic, his illness considered nonvirile and ridiculous. History of Ambulatory Phlebectomy xxxv AULUS CORNELIUS CELSUS He first described ambulatory phlebectomy in a complete, detailed, precise, and exact way. He was a Roman, rich and extremely meticulous. He lived during Tiberius between 56 BCE and 7, or even 40, ACE, a contemporary of Christ. He wrote in a remarkable style (he was named the Cicero of Medicine) a human’s knowledge encyclopedia, “De Artibus,” probably between 30 and 35 years BCE.

He represents the apex of the Greek medicine. Monotheist, together with Aristotele, reigned as soverign over the Medieval scholastic medicine. He treated the varices by the technique described by Celsus, avulsing them with the hook. He contributed greatly, unfortunately, to medicine decadence, since after his death every serious anatomical or physiological research was dismissed by the thought that whatever could be said had been said by Galenus. AETIUS OF AMIDA AND PAUL FROM AEGINA From Galenus to Renaissance, medicine degraded for more than a thousand years, a period corresponding to one-quarter of the history of humanity, as far as the christian occidental world is concerned.

B) Bayonet type varicosities developed from the posterior accessory saphenous vein (PAS), with competent distal GSV portion. ) (10). (c) Double incompetent GSV marked for stripping. Anatomical Bases of AP 13 Often only a portion of the GSV is dilated and incompetent (Fig. 4). 4). In 79% of cases, the varicose GSV is accompanied by CVVs (4). In these cases, the largest varicose veins often develop from the CVs and not from the GSV trunk (Fig. 7). Therefore, GSV ligation and stripping should be carefully evaluated case by case, keeping in mind that it is not infrequent to find reflux in normal-looking GSVs in healthy, asymptomatic legs.

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