By John J. Bergan, Jeffrey L. Ballard (auth.), Peter Gloviczki MD, FACS, John J. Bergan MD, FACS, FRCS (Hon.) Eng. (eds.)
Atlas of Endoscopic Perforator Vein Surgery completely describes the pathophysiology and remedy of venous ulcers - an more and more universal situation. The e-book describes new surgical operation which hurries up the therapeutic of previously intractable venous ulcerations and that are conducted in a day-care surgical centre therefore averting the necessity for hospitalisation. The pathophysiology and is the reason the good fortune of the method is punctiliously taken care of as is the anatomy of the deranged venous process and the way it may be corrected. a number of equipment of therapy are defined and are supplemented by means of directions on conservative care prior to and after the surgery. The textual content is lavishly illustrated and good supported via a number of color images and line drawings. result of surgical intervention are precise and in comparison to historic data.
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2nd edition Thieme, Stuttgart 15. Le Dentu A (1867) Anatomic research and physiologic considerations of the venous circulation of the foot and leg (In French). gat, Paris: 1867 16. Kuster G, Lofgren EP, Hollinshead WH (1968) Anatomy of the veins of the foot. Surg Gynec Obst. 127:817-823 17. Mozes G, Gloviczki P, Menawat SS, Fisher DR, Carmichael SW, Kadar A (1996) Surgical anatomy for endoscopic sub fascial division of perforating veins. J Vasc Surg 24:800-808 18. Glovic;id P, Cambria RA, Rhee RY, Canton LG, McKusick MA (1996) Surgical techniques and preliminary results of endoscopic subfascial division of perforating veins.
19-22 The Cockett II and III perforators are usually at 7-9 em and 10-12 em proximal from the medial malleolus, in a distance within 2-4 em from the medial edge ofthe tibia (Figs. 5),17 These perforating veins connect the posterior arch vein or other tributaries of the greater saphenous vein with the posterior tibial veins. The fourth group is that of the paratibial perforating veins, locating usually within 1 em of the medial edge of the tibia. 5). The lowest group, located at 18-22 em from the medial malleolus, was described as the "24 em perforators" because of their usual distance from the soleY Two other groups are located at 23-27 and 28-32 em from the medial malleolus.