A Study on Chronic Venous Insufficiency | 85128

Journal of Research in Medical and Dental Science
eISSN No. 2347-2367 pISSN No. 2347-2545

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A Study on Chronic Venous Insufficiency

Author(s): Riya*


Doppler study is the best tool for diagnosing thromboembolic condition in the blood vessels and is also helpful for preoperative mapping of the veins. In this study, Males formed the major group 38 cases (76%) with suspected venous abnormalities than females who contributed 12 cases (24%). The predisposing factors were prolonged standing in 23 cases (46%), hereditary in 6 cases (12 %) and obesity in 5 cases (10 %). GSV varicosity was noted in 54 % of the cases with varicosities Majority of the patients (48%) underwent perforator ligation.

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