Recurrent Varicose Veins; A Doppler and Computerized Air Pletysmography Study
Recurrent varicose veins are a common clinical problem; the incidence is variable, but data from Centers worldwide report a recurrence rate (after 5 years) in the order of 20%, and this probably increases with time.
KeywordsDeep Venous Thrombosis Saphenous Vein Varicose Vein Great Saphenous Vein Popliteal Vein
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