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ObjectiveThe purpose of this study was to investigate the anatomical patterns of superficial venous reflux in patients presenting with primary varicose veins.MethodsUltrasound scans, detailed vein maps, and histories of patients presenting to a single vein center were retrospectively reviewed....
ObjectiveYoung patients with uncomplicated hypertension are frequently exempt from statin therapy as they generally fall below current treatment thresholds. This study examined whether there may be evidence of improved microvascular function in young patients with grade 1 hypertension after 12...
Upper extremity arterial disease is relatively uncommon compared with lower extremity disease, but presents a unique diagnostic challenge for physicians and technologists. It affects approximately 5–10% of the population. The most common causes of upper extremity arterial disease are...
A 40-year-old woman with prior history of headaches, left-sided weakness, and diplopia was diagnosed with right sigmoid and transverse sinus thrombosis; increased intracranial pressure and associated cerebral venous infarction that underwent 12 months anticoagulation and then stopped. She has...
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