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en·do·ve·nous

(en'dō-vē'nŭs),
Obsolete.Synonym(s): intravenous

endovenous

(en″dō-vēn′ŭs) [ endo- + venous]
Within a vein.
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The current European Guidelines for treatment of great and small saphenous vein reflux in patients with clinically significant chronic venous insufficiency recommend endovenous thermal ablation techiques preferably to surgery, as they allow faster recovery, require less days of hospitalization, and have similar success rates compared to surgical stripping (22).
EVLA, together with other endovenous thermal ablation techniques, has increasingly become a replacement for surgery.
"Early endovenous ablation of superficial venous reflux as an adjunct to compression therapy was associated with a significantly shorter time to healing of venous leg ulcers than compression therapy alone," the authors write.
Seven days after PSL mice were treated (arrow) by endovenous route with bone marrow-derived mesenchymal cells (MSCs; 1 x [10.sup.6]/100 [micro]l), conditioned medium from MSCs (CM; 100 [micro]l) or vehicle (control medium; 100 [micro]l).
Caption: Figure 2: Abdominal-pelvic CT scan with endovenous contrast: right inguinal hernia, containing the whole urinary bladder and the right pelvic ureter dilated.
Case series with a 10-year follow-up period of percutaneous endovenous stenting for chronic iliac vein outflow obstruction has indicated low morbidity, mortality, and high patency rates that corroborate the durability of the procedure in the long term.
On the other hand, traumatizing nature of these methods yielded several side effects [5] which directed surgeons' attention to less invasive treatment modalities, in particular endovenous laser ablation (EVLA).
In our study, 60% limbs underwent foam sclerotherapy for perforators of all endovenous procedures done for main superficial veins & for main trunks EVLA for 27.1%, RFA for 30.5%, flush ligation+ stripping for 31.1% of limbs.
Endovenous laser ablation (EVLA) to treat recurrent varicose veins.
Furthermore, the puncture site for endovenous surgery of the SSV above the distal leg was shown to reduce the risk of SN injury (Doganci et al., 2011).
MRV can be performed with an endovenous contrast agent (magnetic resonance angiography and venography, MRAV), or using an endogenous source of contrast (time-of-flight magnetic resonance venography, TOF MRV).
COPENHAGEN -- Superior 5-year outcomes for great saphenous vein reflux were achieved with conventional surgery and endovenous laser ablation as compared with ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy in a randomized trial, Dr.