2003
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.139.11.1409
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Treatment of Venous Malformations With Sclerosant in Microfoam Form

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“…15 Foam sclerotherapy with sodium tetra decyl sulphate and polidocanol has been a low risk and effective treatment of superficial venous disease. 16,17 Patient's cosmetic satisfaction with multiple session foam sclerotherapy has been reported upto 71.5%. 18 Cellulitis and thrombophlebitis can be managed with analgesics, elevation, antibiotics, and corticosteroids.…”
Section: J Dermatol Case Rep 2009 4 Pp 56-59mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…15 Foam sclerotherapy with sodium tetra decyl sulphate and polidocanol has been a low risk and effective treatment of superficial venous disease. 16,17 Patient's cosmetic satisfaction with multiple session foam sclerotherapy has been reported upto 71.5%. 18 Cellulitis and thrombophlebitis can be managed with analgesics, elevation, antibiotics, and corticosteroids.…”
Section: J Dermatol Case Rep 2009 4 Pp 56-59mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Alternative sclerosants such as bleomycin or doxycycline may be used in special circumstances, including malformations with lymphatic component. The first large study of patients treated by foam sclerotherapy was published by Cabrera et al This study included 50 patients (35 with venous malformations and 15 with KTS) 82 . Sclerotherapy was performed by ultrasound guided injection of 0.25% to 4% polidocanol microfoam.…”
Section: Treatmentmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The first example shows the differences between Japanese primatology and the western one (Vitale, p. [79][80][81][82][83][84][85][86][87][88][89][90][91][92][93][94]. Vitale tells us the great adventure of Imanishi, Itani and Nishida (to name a few), emphasising the specificity of Japanese primatology.…”
Section: Alessandra Passariello Assistant Editor History and Philosomentioning
confidence: 99%