varicosity


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

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Single-breasted punchers examine malignant varicosity as if babbiting
While these three characteristics involved in the classical triad of KTS exist together only in 63% of patients, the frequency of capillary malformations, varicosity and venous malformation, and extremity hypertrophy is 98%, 72%, and 67%, respectively (6).
There's often a history of liver congestion, haemorrhoids and venous varicosity generally, constipation, dyspepsia, flatulence, depression, irritability, hot flushes, a desire for acid foods, an indifference to loved ones, and a yellowish complexion.
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.
Varicose veins result from a chronic dilatation of the veins, a condition called "varicosity." Instead of flowing from one valve to the next, the blood begins to pool in the vein, increasing venous pressure and causing the vein to bulge and twist.
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.
Varicosity results from a chronic increase in blood pressure, which dilates the vein.
Occasionally, a large plaque of 5-[HT.sub.2[beta]] receptors was found closely associated with a 5-HT varicosity (Fig.
* History of varicosity, hernia, visceral prolapse.
DNA damage can culminate in pancreatitis, cardiomyopathy, brain atrophy, stomach ulceration, esophageal varicosity, cirrhosis, enlarged spleen, and a multitude of other disorders.