varicosity


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varix or varicose condition in which a vein is swollen and tortuous

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In a prospective non-randomised trial, recurrent varicosity was treated by van Groenendael et al in 149 limbs with open surgery and in 67 with EVLA.
Although the role of dysfunctional endothelium in the development of varicose veins is well established [9], the effect of varicosity on endothelial cell biology and, indirectly, on the endothelium-related pathophysiology of varicose vein complications remains elusive.
Examination of the abdominal wall revealed varicosity of the superficial inferior epigastric veins arising at the groin, with cephalad flow.
Stylish sneakers, loafers, heelless moccasins are also dangerous for health," resulting in flat-footedness, deformation of muscles of calf, varicosity, as well as venous insufficiency, he explained.
However, you very well could develop varicosity in other veins.
Key Words: Klippel-Trenaunay syndrome, gastrointestinal bleeding, soft tissue hypertrophy, venous varicosity.
Preoperative evaluation of varicose veins must reveal the primary cause of varicosity, secondary reflux, and the distribution of varicosity, including perforating veins.
2) In 31% of renal vein varix there is associated saphenous vein varicosity.
The patient underwent microdirect laryngoscopy to remove the varicosity.
Varicosity results from a chronic increase in blood pressure, which dilates the vein.
2[beta]] receptors was found closely associated with a 5-HT varicosity (Fig.
DNA damage can culminate in pancreatitis, cardiomyopathy, brain atrophy, stomach ulceration, esophageal varicosity, cirrhosis, enlarged spleen, and a multitude of other disorders.
Healthy sublingual veins are bluish purple, moist and without varicosity.
Chapters 2 and 3, "Musicians Versus Instrument I and II," examine such things as physique, how one grows, and the physical relationship to one's instrument, muscles and joints, skin problems, calluses and varicosity.