saphenous


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sa·phe·nous

a. safeno-a, rel. a las venas safenas.

saphenous

adj safeno
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Medical device company Vascular Grafts Solutions Friday provided interim results from the the post-marketing VEST III study that evaluates the effectiveness of the VEST technology (Venous External SupporT) in treatment of saphenous vein graft (SVG) disease after coronary artery bypass grafting.
After two years, a specialist at The Whiteley Clinic in London said my great saphenous vein had swollen to three times its natural size.
Drug-eluting stents had a clear advantage over bare metal stents in patients undergoing revascularisation of saphenous (leg) vein grafts, results of the BASKET-SAVAGE trial show.
The Great Saphenous Vein (GSV) of the lower limb is the longest superficial vein in the body and liable to as many variations.
Objective: To compare the nerve injury and vessel disruption complicaitons in patients undergoing saphenous vein stripping using olive heads of different sizes.
Occlusion and degeneration of saphenous vein grafts (SVGs) poses significant problems in patients who have undergone coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery.
COPENHAGEN -- Superior 5-year outcomes for great saphenous vein reflux were achieved with conventional surgery and endovenous laser ablation as compared with ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy in a randomized trial, Dr.
Innervation distal to the malleoli comprises the tibial, superficial and deep peroneal, sural and saphenous nerves.
Preliminary results of the safety and efficacy with a hybrid treatment of insufficiency of the great saphenous vein
Saphenous nerve entrapment affecting the infrapatellar branch can be a difficult diagnosis to make due to the intimate relationship of the nerve to many other pain generating structures in the knee.
METHODS: One thousand three hundred and ninetyseven patients were screened for RLS symptoms by questionnaire and interview, and for saphenous vein disease by clinical examination, including continuous-wave Doppler.