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Vol. 3, Issue 1 (2014)

Nonsaphenous superficial vein thrombosis associated with varicose veins

Author(s):
Rostyslav Sabadosh
Abstract:
Out of 250 examined lower limbs with superficial vein thrombosis associated with varicose veins the thrombotic process was not spread into the trunks of great and small saphenous veins in 94 cases (37.6%, 95% CI 31.6-43.9%). In such cases, that is in case of nonsaphenous superficial vein thrombosis, the pulmonary embolism and independent of the thrombotic process in superficial veins deep venous thrombosis were not observed, but thrombosis of perforating veins was found out in 9.6% of patients (95% CI 4.5-17.4%), and the spread of thrombotic process through perforating veins into deep veins was found out in 2.1 % (95% CI 0.3-7.5%). Among all the patients with superficial vein thrombosis associated with varicose veins the spread of thrombotic process into perforating veins and through perforating into deep veins happened more often out of nonsaphenous superficial veins, than out of saphenous superficial veins (p=0.040 and 0.021).
Pages: 59-63  |  516 Views  5 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Rostyslav Sabadosh. Nonsaphenous superficial vein thrombosis associated with varicose veins. 2014; 3(1): 59-63.
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