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1,170 Possible Causes for Venous Insufficiency

  • Deep Vein Thrombosis

    Six patients presented with acute deep vein thrombosis and one presented with chronic venous insufficiency.[] Box 1: Possible causes of pain or swelling of the lower limb Venous Deep vein thrombosis Superficial thrombophlebitis Post-thrombotic syndrome Chronic venous insufficiency[] This results in high venous blood pressure, venous dilation and valvular insufficiency of additional veins not previously involved.[]

  • Lipedema

    Features that distinguish lipedema from lymphedema and chronic venous insufficiency.[] Important differential diagnoses are constitutional variability of the legs, lipohypertrophy in obesity, edema in immobility, edema in chronic venous insufficiency and rheumatic[] Chronic venous insufficiency can cause a similar appearance; however, chronic venous insufficiency results in swelling of the feet and the accumulation of subcutaneous fluid[]

  • Vein Disorder

    Venous insufficiency is most often caused by either blood clots or varicose veins.[] Vein Disorders Venous Insufficiency Venous Insufficiency and varicose veins are the result of disorders or dysfunction of the venous system and the ability to return blood[] Understanding Venous Anatomy What is Venous Insufficiency?[]

  • Varicose Veins

    A case of severe chronic venous insufficiency caused by pulsatile varicose veins in a 46-year-old man with tricuspid regurgitation is presented.[] Many surgical approaches are available to treat varicose veins secondary to chronic venous insufficiency.[] Although the pathogenesis of varicosity development is not clearly defined, the final common pathway leading to chronic venous insufficiency is the development of venous hypertension[]

  • May-Thurner Syndrome

    Lower extremities duplex ultrasonography remains the gold standard in diagnosing venous insufficiency, but it should not solely depend on it.[] Only 2 patients had a history and signs of chronic venous insufficiency.[] […] thrombosis of the left lower extremity.1 Postthrombotic syndrome, nonthrombotic chronic venous insufficiency, and recurrence after venous thrombosis are also possible complications[]

  • Ischemic Ulcer

    Insufficiency References 28 Citations 18 References 28 Citations 18[] […] ulcers / venous insufficiency (approximately 70%-80% of lower extremity ulcers) Neurogenic (diabetic) ulcers Pressure (decubitus) ulcers Martorell ulcer Infections (eg, ecthyma[] , atrial fibrillation, and chronic venous insufficiency.[]

  • Erysipelas

    CONCLUSIONS: Patients with erysipelas, especially when it involves the lower limb, should be instructed to reduce weight, control venous insufficiency and/or lymphedema and[] Mechanical trauma was statistically more frequently cause of the disease in men, while venous insufficiency and ulcers in women.[] The Mali type is seen in chronic venous insufficiency and in those patients with arteriovenous shunts. The rare subtype is the Stewart-Bluefarb type.[]

  • Stasis Dermatitis

    , obesity, and history of deep venous thrombosis. 1 Chronic diseases such as heart failure or hypertension may worsen chronic venous insufficiency. 1 Management of chronic[] KEY WORDS: Chronic venous insufficiency, doxycycline, MMP inhibitors, tacrolimus, varicose ulcer Introduction Chronic venous insufficiency is a common disease entity affecting[] In 5 patients with pronounced changes of chronic venous insufficiency and in 5 control patients without chronic venous insufficiency the flufenamic acid content in skin sections[]

  • Skin Ulcer

    Venous skin ulcers are caused by poor blood circulation from the legs, such as from venous insufficiency.[] Cutaneous changes in peripheral venous and lymphatic insufficiency.[] Venous leg ulcers. BMJ Clinical Evidence. . Accessed April 14, 2016. Raju S, Neglen P (2009). Chronic venous insufficiency and varicose veins.[]

  • Venous Stasis Ulcer

    Request an Appointment What Causes Venous Insufficiency Ulcers?[] Chronic Venous Insufficiency There are several minimally invasive treatments for venous insufficiency, which are aimed at reducing swelling and improving the return of blood[] Venous ulcers, also referred to as stasis, insufficiency or varicose ulcers, are the result of malfunctioning venous valves causing pressure in the veins to increase .[]

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