" … an essential reference for vascular surgeons and specialists in vascular medicine. The strength of this textbook is its completeness and the fact that the chapters are uniformly clear and well written."
—The New England Journal of Medicine
" ... provides a perfect resource for those embarking on research as well as for clinicians in everyday practice around the world. I cannot recommend this text too highly."
—Annals of The Royal College of Surgeons of England
Now in its third edition, the Handbook of Venous Disorders continues to provide comprehensive and up-to-date information on acute and chronic venous and lymphatic diseases and malformations and to discuss the latest knowledge on epidemiology, pathophysiology, clinical evaluation, diagnostic imaging, medical, endovascular and surgical management. This revised, updated and expanded edition takes account of all the recent developments in these areas. New chapters on, for example, foam sclerotherapathy, radiofrequency treatment, laser treatment and open surgical reconstructions are included, as well as useful diagnostic and treatment algorithms for the various conditions that are dealt with in the book. Clinical guidelines are provided in each chapter, together with evidence scores to help the reader assess the recommendations. The Handbook of Venous Disorders is written and edited by leaders and founding members of the American Venous Forum, a society dedicated to research, education and the clinical practice of venous and lymphatic diseases. The Handbook also includes several international authors, all of whom are experts in venous disease, most being regular or honorary members of the American Venous Forum.
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Descripción CRC Press, 2008. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Part One: Basic Considerations of Venous DisordersEdited by Michael Dalsing, M.D.: 1. Karl S. Illig: Venous disease: An historical review2. Peter Gloviczki, Geza Mozes: Development and anatomy of the venous system3. Frank Padberg, Jr.: Physiology and hemodynamics of the normal venous circulation4. Robert L. Kistner and Bo Eklof: Chronic venous disorders: etiology and classification5. Kevin G. Burnand: Pathophysiology and haemodynamics of chronic venous disorders6. Peter J. Pappas: Pathogenesis and cellular pathophysiology of teleangiectasia, varicose veins and chronic inflammation7. Joseph Rafetto: Venous ulcer formation and healing at cellular levels8. Thomas W. Wakefield and Peter K. Henke: Acute venous thrombosis: pathogenesis and evolution9. Mark H. Meissner: Epidemiology and risk factors of acute venous thrombosis10. Eberhard Rabe: Epidemiology of chronic venous disordersPart Two: Diagnostic Evaluations and Venous Imaging StudiesEdited by Gregory L. Moneta, M.D.: 11. Joseph A. Caprini: Evaluation of hypercoagulable states and molecular markers of acute venous thrombosis12. Sergop X. Salles-Cunha: Duplex scanning for acute venous thrombosis13. Nico Labropoulos: Duplex scanning for chronic venous obstruction and valvular incompetence14. Fedor Lurie: Evaluation of venous function by indirect noninvasive tests (plethysmography)15. Curtis Kamida: Direct contrast venography16. Terri Vrtiska and James Glockner: Computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging for venous disordersPart Three: Management of Acute Venous ThrombosisEdited by Thomas W. Wakefield, M.D.: 17. Mark Meissner: Clinical presentation and the natural history of acute venous thrombosis18. Joann Lohr: Diagnostic algorithm for acute deep venous thrombosis and pulmonary embolism19. Russel D. Hull and Graham Pineo: Medical treatment of acute deep venous thrombosis and pulmonary embolism20. Anthony J. Comerota: Catheter directed thrombolysis for treatment of acute deep venous thrombosis21. Bo Eklof and Robert McLafferty: Surgical thrombectomy and percutaneous mechanical thrombectomy for treatment of acute iliofemoral deep venous thrombosis22. Thomas Wakefield: Treatment algorithm for acute deep venous thrombosis: Current Guidelines23. Robert McBain: Prevention of deep venous thrombosis: Current Guidelines24. Mark Mattos: Endovascular treatment of axillary-subclavian venous thrombosis25. Richard M. Green: Surgical treatment of axillary-subclavian venous thrombosis26. John Rechtenwald and mary C. Proctor: Indications, techniques and results of vena cava filters27. Enrico Ascher and Anil Hingorani: Superficial thrombophlebitis28. Waldemar E. Wysokinski, M.D.: Acute mesenteric venous thrombosisPart Four: Management of Chronic Venous DisordersEdited by Bo Eklof, M.D. (Chapters 33-5), and Michael Dalsing, M.D. (Chapters 29-32): 29. Andrew Bradbury and C. Vaughan Ruckley: Clinical presentation and initial assessment of patients with chronic venous disorders30. Robert McLafferty: Diagnostic algorithms for teleangiectasia, varicose veins and venous ulcers: Current Guidelines31. Gregory L. Moneta and Hugo Partsch: Compression treatment of chronic venous disorders32. Philip D. Coleridge Smith: Drug treatment of varicose veins, venous edema and ulcers33. J. Leonel Villavicencio: Sclerotherapy Guidelines34. John J. Bergan: Foam sclerotherapy35. Thomas Proebstle: Percutaneous laser therapy of teleangiectasia and varicose veins36. Alun H. Davies: Surgical treatment of the incompetent saphenous vein37. Robert F. Merchant: Radiofrequency treatment of the incompetent saphenous vein38. Nick Morisson: Laser treatment of the incompetent saphenous vein39. Lowell Kabnick: Minimally invasive surgical treatment of branch varicosities with phlebectomy40. Jose I. Almeida: Treatment algorithms for teleangiectasia and varicose veins: Current Guidelines41. Michael Perrin: Recurrent varicose veins: etiology and managemen. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0340938803