The Manual of Venous and Lymphatic Diseases constitutes a concise but comprehensive and contemporary description of the nature and management of venous and lymphatic diseases. This innovative book instructs the post-graduate trainee in phlebology and is also valuable to undergraduate students wishing to gain a broader knowledge than is available in general surgical texts. Addtionally, it is a useful reference for practising phelebologists, vascular surgeons and imaging specialists. The text covers basic principles, diagnosis and treatment of chronic venous disease, venous thrombo-embolism, lymphoedema and vascular malformations.
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15 February 2018
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Basic. Embryology.Anatomy Physiology, Chronic venous disease. Pathology.Clinical features and investigation. Management and outcome. Support management. Sclerotherapy. Endovenous thermal ablation.Venous adhesive closure. Surgery for varicose veins.Chronic deep venous disease.Hepato-portal venous diseases.Other chronic venous disorders. Venous thromboembolism.Pathogenesis.Superficial thrombophlebitis.Deep vein thrombosis.Pulmonary and paradoxical embolism. Investigation. Prevention and treatment. Lymphatic disorders. Lymphoedema. Vascular malformations
Ken Myers is a Vascular Surgeon and Phlebologist. He graduated from the University of Melbourne and has worked in London, UK and Chicago, USA. He has been President of the Australian and New Zealand Society for Vascular Surgery and Australian and New Zealand Society of Phlebology, is Emeritus Chancellor of the Australasian College of Phlebology and is an honorary member of the American College of Phlebology. He was responsible for introducing endovenous laser and radiofrequency ablation into Australia. He has participated in several international working parties for consensus documents, particularly association with the International Union of Phlebology. Paul Hannah is a practicing Phlebologist and Emergency Physician. He graduated from the University of Melbourne and studied further in Cambridge, UK and the Gold Coast, Australia. He is National Director of Training, Australasian College of Phlebology, and is involved with undergraduate medical training.