2007
DOI: 10.1055/s-2007-965325 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Endoscopic vein harvesting seems to be superior to minimally invasive vein harvesting in terms of a significant reduction of residual leg oedema, pain intensity and particularly saphenous neuropathy in the postoperative and midterm follow-up.

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“…A possible explanation is that saphaenous nerve injury can occur as a result of surgical handling or postoperatively from compression caused by subcutaneous suturing. Relevant literature addressed alternative techniques to avoid this injury (Bonde et al., ; Allen et al., ; Simek et al., ).…”
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“…A possible explanation is that saphaenous nerve injury can occur as a result of surgical handling or postoperatively from compression caused by subcutaneous suturing. Relevant literature addressed alternative techniques to avoid this injury (Bonde et al., ; Allen et al., ; Simek et al., ).…”
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“…The higher percentage of complications in the OVH than the EVH group was accounted for by more frequent early lymphatic drainage. Thus, in the EVH group, according to the findings of previous studies, lymphatic drainage was observed in approximately 10–12 % of patients [ 18 ]. However, in the present study, it was only observed in 4.5 % of patients.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning