venous reflux

venous reflux

retrograde filling of dorsal foot veins (i.e. filling from proximal to distal) due to superficial venous system valve incompetence (see test, Trendelenburg)
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They are caused by venous reflux, when valves inside the leg veins give way and stop working.
The new data demonstrate the clinical and quality of life benefits of the Medtronic VenaSeal(TM) closure system in treating patients with venous reflux disease.
As the backflow of blood is now no longer prevented, gravity leads to blood flowing in the reverse direction of the heart, also known as venous reflux (Heller & Evans, 2015).
Labropoulos et al (1) proposed that the origin of venous reflux in patients with primary varicose veins can be local or multifocal structural weakness of the vein wall and that this can occur together or independently of proximal saphenous vein valvular incompetence.
More severe white matter changes in the elderly with jugular venous reflux," Annals of Neurology, vol.
2) Testicular temperature elevation and venous reflux play a significant role in varicocele-induced testicular dysfunction, although the exact pathophysiology of varicocele-induced harm is not completely understood.
UltrasoundGuided Foam Sclerotherapy is a Safe and Clinically Effective Treatment for Superficial Venous Reflux.
Ligation plus stripping of the great saphenous vein results in significant improvement in venous haemodynamics, may eliminate concomitant deep venous reflux, provides symptomatic relief, and assists in ulcer healing.
A: Venous Reflux Disease, also known as Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI), affects the circulation of your blood.
After a diagnostic flush, endovascular stenting (Figs 1 and 2) or coiling was performed if a significant stenosis was verified or significant venous reflux was demonstrated.
All participants had venous reflux confirmed by duplex Doppler ultrasonography, and up to three venous leg ulcers.
The dural AVF have been found to be associated with chronic venous reflux which has been postulated to result in subcortical calcifications.