Outcomes of surgical treatment of lower-limb chronic venous insufficiency

Van Minh Tri, Nguyen Hoai Nam


Tóm tắt


From 08/2004-08/2006, there were 157 patients diagnosed with lower-extremity CVI undergoing surgery at Medicine and Pharmacy Hospital. There were more females than males (2.2/1) and the disease was occupation-related. Indications for surgery was CVI of grade II or higher. Stripping surgery in isolation or in combination with Muller procedure was highly effective and provided good cosmetic results. Surgical treatment of lower-limb CVI was associated with low risk of complications, good outcomes and high satisfaction of patients. Surgery should be indicated for patients with grade II or higher CVI


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