On the question of the venous valves correction in chronic venous insufficiency of the lower limb

Written by Rapovka V.G., Levitcskii A.A., Sobolevskaia O.A.

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The review of correction methods of chronic venous insufficiency of the lower limb. The most common surgery for this disease is the extravasal correction. However, in modern vascular surgery preferred the intravasal methods of correction valves of the lower limb, which include valvuloplasty, transposition and transplantation of valves and flaps as well as the creation of artificial venous valves. Performing these operations abnormal venous blood flow is reduced by 98 %. However, intravasal techniques require adequate diagnostic equipment, the use of a surgical microscope, the use of objective methods of diagnosing anatomical and functional condition of the valve bodies, and the high qualification of a surgeon.

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V.G. Rapovka, A.A. Levitcskii, O.A. Sobolevskaia
Pasific State Medical University (2 Ostryakova Ave. Vladivostok 690950 Russian Federation)

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