SELECTION OF SURGICAL TACTICS FOR TREATMENT OF NON-APHENIC VARICOSIS ON THE RESULTS OF US-DIAGNOSTICS OF THE VENES OF THE LOWER LIMBS
Purpose of research. Determination of variants of the anatomical structure of non-saaphenic veins and pathological anastomoses in varicose enlargement of atypical venous basins with ultrasound Doppler of the veins of the lower extremities, including as sources of pathological venous reflux, as well as the importance of insolvent veins — perforants and non-saaphenic veins — in the formation of venous insufficiency to clarify the treatment protocol.
Materials and methods. The venous system was studied in 2348 pa tients, including both patients with various pathologies of the venous system, including those with varicose veins, and those in whom the pathology of the veins was not detected by Doppler ultrasound.
Research results and discussion. Surgical treatment for non-safenic varicose veins includes phlebectomy, sclerotherapy and Muller-Vara di minifblektomy, depending on the diameter of the affected nonsafenic vein.
Conclusions. The specialists’ understanding of the variants of nonsafenic varicose veins, as well as adherence to the full research protocol for ultrasound Doppler ultrasound of the veins, allows us to provide detailed information in order to determine the most effective treatment tactics and prevention of relapses and complications of the disease.
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