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Saphenous Vein-Sparing Strategies in Chronic Venous Disease

P. Zam­boni · E. Men­doza · S. Gia­ne­s­ini


Saphenous Vein-Spa­ring Stra­te­gies in Chro­nic Venous Disease


Springer Verlag






91,62 €


This book is desi­gned to equip the reader with a detai­led know­ledge of the patho­phy­sio­logy of chro­nic venous disease and an under­stan­ding of the cli­ni­cal bene­fits of res­to­ring venous drai­nage by saphenous vein-spa­ring pro­ce­du­res, inclu­ding mini­miza­t­ion of inva­si­ven­ess and reduc­tion of the recur­rence rate. All of the tech­ni­ques cur­rently avail­able for vein-spa­ring stra­te­gies, inclu­ding novel endo­venous opti­ons, are clearly descri­bed and illus­tra­ted, with expla­na­tion of the role and value of recent tech­ni­cal inno­va­tions. The reader is guided through the entire manage­ment pro­cess, star­ting from dia­gno­sis and pro­cee­ding through eva­lua­tion of the indi­vi­dual patient’s needs to the suc­cess­ful imple­men­ta­tion of appro­priate tre­at­ment. In addi­tion, the lite­ra­ture on rele­vant dia­gno­stic and the­ra­peutic pro­to­cols is tho­roughly reviewed, cover­ing all signi­fi­cant publi­ca­ti­ons to the pre­sent day. The con­tent is kept as simple as pos­si­ble to help those new to the field. At the same time, the deep insights into theo­re­ti­cal and tech­ni­cal aspects will sup­port even the most advan­ced spe­cia­lists in their ever­y­day prac­tice.

Über den Autor

Paolo Zam­boni, MD, PhD, is Pro­fes­sor and Chief of the Vas­cu­lar Disease Centre at the Uni­ver­sity of Fer­rara, Italy, an inves­ti­ga­tion and cli­ni­cal center for vas­cu­lar disease and trans­la­tio­nal sur­gery. Over the past 20 years he has inves­ti­ga­ted in depth the pos­si­bi­lity of res­to­ring venous drai­nage by saphenous vein-spa­ring stra­te­gies, publis­hing more than 50 inde­xed papers and chap­ters on the topic.

Erika Men­doza, MD, PhD, runs a Vein Office in Ger­many. Besi­des her cli­ni­cal work, she is enga­ged in basic rese­arch into venous reflux and over the past decade she has publis­hed a number of publi­ca­ti­ons on ana­tomy, duplex ultra­sound, and phy­sio­logy of the leg veins. Dr. Men­doza wrote a German hand­book on CHIVA that explai­ned the method for self-teaching pur­po­ses. For Sprin­ger, she aut­ho­red Duple­xul­tra­schall der ober­fläch­li­chen Bein­ve­nen (2nd edn., 2013) and co-edited Duplex Ultra­sound of Super­fi­cial Leg Veins (2014) in coope­ra­tion with Dr. Nick Mor­ri­son (USA) and Dr. Chris­to­pher Lat­ti­mer (UK).

Sergio Gia­ne­s­ini, MD PhD, is a sur­geon working in the Vas­cu­lar Disease Centre and Trans­la­tio­nal Sur­gery Unit of the Uni­ver­sity of Fer­rara. He has publis­hed a number of arti­cles and reviews on the topic of saphenous vein spa­ring. Loo­king to the future of such stra­te­gies, he is actively inves­ti­ga­ting the fea­si­bi­lity of using inno­va­tive endo­venous devices in venous drai­nage resto­ra­tion.


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