Anatomic-hemodynamical types of recurrence of the lower extremities varicose disease

Keywords: recurrence of varicose disease of the lower extremities; ultrasonographic diagnosis.

Abstract

Objective. To improve the results of treatment in patients with postoperative recurrence of varicose disease of the lower extremities with the help of studying of peculiarities of disorders in regional venous hemodynamics and determination of anatomic-hemodynamic types of the disease.

Materials and methods. There were examined 85 patients with postoperative recurrence of varicose disease of the lower extremities. Ultrasonic duplex scanning of veins was performed on apparatus «EnVisor», manufactured by «Philips» (Holland) using a multifrequency linear sensor with the 12 - 5 MHz frequency for subcutaneous veins and a convex sensor with the 5 - 2 MHz frequency - for deep veins.

Results. There were delineated 8 anatomic-hemodynamical types of recurrences of varicose disease of the lower extremities. The investigation conducted have permitted to systematize the causes and signs of the disease. Objective criteria for prognostication of the varicose disease of the lower extremities recurrence may be applied for optimization of volume of primary surgical intervention and prophylaxis of its complications.

Conclusion. The main causes of the recurrence development in varicose disease of the lower extremities are tactical and technical mistakes of surgeons during performance of primary surgical interventions in patients, suffering varicose disease of the lower extremities. Studying of peculiarities in development of recurrence of varicose disease of the lower extremities permits to elaborate the practical anatomic-hemodynamical classification, which systematizes the main causes of the varicose disease recurrence and constitutes the base for the reoperations tactics elaboration.

Author Biographies

A. O. Guch, Shalimov National Institute of Surgery and Transplantology, Kyiv

Alla Hooch - MD, DSci(Med), Leading Researcher
Department of Radiation Diagnostics,
Shalimov National Institute of Surgery and Transplantation, Kyiv, Ukraine
30 Heroiv Sevasopolia st., 03126, Kyiv, Ukraine.
+38044-454-20-50
alhooch@gmail.com.
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3873-7636

A. O. Bobrova, Shalimov National Institute of Surgery and Transplantology, Kyiv

Alla Bobrova – MD, PhD(Med), Vascular Surgeon,
Department of Surgery of Main Vessels,
Shalimov National Institute of Surgery and Transplantation, Kyiv, Ukraine
30 Heroiv Sevasopolia st., 03126, Kyiv, Ukraine.
+38044-454-20-50
bobrovaalla2013@gmail.com
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1639-3297

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Published
2021-10-28
How to Cite
Guch, A. O., & Bobrova, A. O. (2021). Anatomic-hemodynamical types of recurrence of the lower extremities varicose disease. Klinicheskaia Khirurgiia, 88(5-6), 23-27. https://doi.org/10.26779/2522-1396.2021.5-6.23
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General Problems of Surgery