Crossectomy – the Most Important Step in Varices Surgery


Authors: L. Hnátek ;  J. Gatěk ;  B. Dudešek ;  J. Duben ;  T. Musil ;  K. Hradská
Authors‘ workplace: Chirurgické oddělení Nemocnice ATLAS, a. s. Zlín, přednosta: prim. MUDr. J. Gatěk, Ph. D.
Published in: Rozhl. Chir., 2006, roč. 85, č. 9, s. 446-449.
Category: Monothematic special - Original

Overview

The authors present ethiology and aethilogy-based surgical techniques of the disorder on a group of 3458 patients operated for varices of lower extremities. Crossectomy is flashed out as a key moment of the procedure in cases of sapheno-phemoral junction insufficiencies. The results are presented on two patient groups comparing relaps rates of the disorder following completion of partial selective and radical complete crossectomies. A subject of neovascularization and its relation to the procedure and relapses is discussed.

Key words:
chronic venous insufficiency – varices – crossectomy – neovascularization


Labels
Surgery Orthopaedics Trauma surgery
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