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International Angiology 2010 June;29(3):199-204

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Invasive treatment of deep venous disease. A UIP consensus

Lurie F., Kistner R., Perrin M., Raju S., Neglen P., Maleti O.

University of Hawaii and Kistner Vein Clinic, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA


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Deep venous disease includes primary and/or secondary pathological changes in the deep venous system. These may consist of valve insufficiency, complete or incomplete vein obliteration and/or functional impairment.
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