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Varikose der unteren Extremität

  • Thomas NoppeneyEmail author
  • Helmut Nüllen
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Zusammenfassung

Die Varikose ist eine der häufigsten Erkrankungen des Menschen. Ältere epidemiologische Studien (Weiß 2002) zeigten, dass bei 56 % der Untersuchten Varizen nachweisbar waren, bei 12 % wurde die Varikose als medizinisch bedeutsam angesehen.

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