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Update Varikosen 2018

Endovenöse Therapieverfahren: State of the Art

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In der Behandlung des Krampfaderleidens werden zunehmend endovenöse Methoden eingesetzt. Um einen Qualitätsverlust zu vermeiden, gehören die nur scheinbar einfachen endovenösen Verfahren in die Hände erfahrener Phlebologen und/oder Ärzte mit fundierten phlebologischen und Duplex-sonografischen Kenntnissen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Venenzentrum FreiburgFreiburgDeutschland

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