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phle·bol·o·gy

(fle-bol'ŏ-jē),
The branch of medical science concerned with the anatomy and diseases of the veins.
[phlebo- + G. logos, study]

phlebology

(flĭ-bŏl′ə-jē)
n.
The branch of medicine that deals with veins and their diseases.

phle·bol′o·gist n.

phlebology

(flĕ-bol′ŏ-jē) [ phlebo- + -logy]
The study of veins and their diseases.

phle·bol·o·gy

(flĕ-bolŏ-jē)
Medical science concerned with anatomy and diseases of veins.
[G. phlebo, vein + G. logos, study]
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7) Newer treatments, such as thermal energy (including laser or radiofrequency) or newly approved injectable sclerotherapy agents designed to painlessly destroy the damaged veins while sparing the competent ones, have become the mainstay of most phlebologists (doctors specializing in vein care).
Recurrence depends also on the experience of the phlebologist," said Fanous.
Doman, President of IntegraMed's Vein Clinics division, commented, "Chad Aleman is a highly accomplished physician and skilled phlebologist who brings tremendous experience and compassion to the task of treating vein disease.
Kush Agarwal, President of IntegraMed's Vein Clinics division, commented, "Seema Kumar is a highly accomplished physician and skilled phlebologist who brings tremendous experience and compassion to the task of treating vein disease.
Kush Agarwal, President of IntegraMed's Vein Clinics division, commented, "Christopher Perez is a highly accomplished physician and skilled phlebologist who brings tremendous experience and compassion to the task of treating vein disease.
Dr J-P Gobin, Independent Phlebologist in Lyon and lead investigator in France for the Phase III trial, commented: "This trial has shown that VARISOLVE(R) microfoam has great potential for the treatment of varicose veins.
The practicing phlebologist now has an approved standard option for treating his or her patients with both spider and varicose veins.
The featured sessions include: -- Practice Without Fear: Based on the newly released book by the same name, co-authors, Florida-based phlebologist Roger Murray, M.
Spitz recommends seeing a phlebologist, a physician (usually a general or vascular surgeon) dedicated exclusively to treating venous disorders, if you think you have a problem.
Published by Elsevier on behalf of the Society for Vascular Surgery, the journal seeks to provide novel and timely information to vascular surgeons, interventionalists, phlebologists, wound care specialists, and allied health professionals involved in the management of patients with the entire spectrum vascular disease.