Two Directional Phlebography and Ulcer Circumferential Phlebography
Usually long saphenous vein insufficiency is the main cause of primary varicose vein. But in the cases of primary varicose vein with related symptoms such as ulceration, superficial thrombophlebitis, dermatitis and eczema, short saphenous vein insufficiency becomes one of the main causes of the varicosities.
KeywordsSaphenous Vein Varicose Vein Related Symptom Erect Position Venous Ulcer
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