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New horizons in deep venous disease management

First edition (2017)
BAEKGAARD N., FANELLI F., O'SULLIVAN G.J.
A volume of 208 pages with 139 b/w and colour figures and 21 tables
Cover: hardcover
ISBN-13 978-88-7711-893-6
Language: English

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This book is intended for vascular specialists who wish to learn more about deep venous disease. The authors have delivered chapters on anatomy, physiology, pathology, state of the art diagnosis and multiple different treatment options, each written by an acknowledged expert in that field.
Contents
INTRODUCTION

ANATOMY
IMAGING
Ultrasonography: an updated review
Computed tomography venography
Magnetic resonance venography

Case report
Intravascular ultrasound
D-dimer as biomarker for venous thromboembolism
CLINICAL ASSESSMENT

DEEP VENOUS THROMBOSIS
Acute deep venous thrombosis
Causes of venous thrombosis. The European perspective
Causes of venous thrombosis. The North American perspective
Clinical presentation of DVT in pregnancy
Clinical severity scores and quality of life assessment tool

CLINICAL PRESENTATION OF DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS
Classification of deep venous thrombosis
Risk factors
DVT predictors
Diagnostic strategies for DVT management
THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS

MANAGEMENT OF DEEP VENOUS THROMBOSIS
Prevention
Medical therapy

Case report
Minimally invasive therapy
Medical therapy in pregnancy

Case report
Catheter-based management of DVT in pregnancy
Inferior vena cava filters
Challenging cases

MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT OF OCCLUDED LARGE VEINS
Medical therapy
Open surgery
Endovascular management
Surgery in deep venous incompetence
What to do with occluded iliac venous stents?
SETTING UP A DEDICATED VENOUS SERVICE

VEIN CLINIC
Inpatient management
Outpatient endovascular centers: an alternative to hospitalization
Establishing a multidisciplinary venous thromboembolism service

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