Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Sclerotherapy


Clinical Study of Primary Vericose Veins and its Complications

Azaharuddin Mohammad, Vikram Reddy G

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 1245-1252

Background: Varicose veins are the most common chronic vascular disorders requiring
surgical treatment at one stage or other. Though considerable advances in
understanding of venous patho physiology and modern imaging techniques have
revolutionized the concept of management of varicosity of lower limb, the treatment of
primary varicose veins still remain unsatisfactory. Objectives of the Study: To study the
clinical signs & symptoms of the patients admitted for varicose veins. To study the
prevalence of varicose veins in the patients admitted to Govt Medical College &
Hospital, Suryapet, To study the age & sex distribution, To study the complications of
varicose veins, To evaluate & manage the varicose veins & its complications, To study
the outcome of surgery.
Materials and Methods: A prospective follow up study was undertaken for 40 patients
who were admitted for various symptoms of varicose vein during August 2012 to
August 2014. They were subjected to detailed history taking and examination with
relevant investigations including Doppler venous study and were subjected to
treatment. They were followed up to assess long-term morbidity and late complications.
Results: Total 40 patients admitted for varicose veins admitted during the period from
Aug 2020 to Aug 2021 were studied. Out of 40 patients studied, 24 (60%) patients were
agriculturists, who admitted of having been exposed to prolonged hours of standing
.Among the 40 cases studied, 57 limbs showed varicose veins, of which 32limbs had long
saphenous vein and communicating system involvement (64%). 20 limbs had long
saphenous vein involvement (40%) alone. Among 32 limbs with long saphenous
and communicating system involvement, 45 had pain (90%), 12 had edema (24%), 29
had disfigurement (58%), 14 ulcers (28%). Of the 46 limbs that underwent surgery 26
(52%) underwent saphenofemoral flush ligation with stripping of LSV and subfascial
ligation of perforators & 10 (20%) underwent saphenofemoral flush ligation alone.
Conclusion: Definite relationship exists between occupation involving prolonged
standing and primary varicose veins. The involvement of long saphenous and
communicating system together is commonest followed by long saphenous involvement
alone. Patients with involvement of long saphenous and communicating system or long
saphenous and short saphenous system were more symptomatic than others
Complications of varicose veins were responded well to operative treatment. Results of
surgical treatment are good.

Surgical Intervention in Treatment of Infantile Haemangioma

Ibrahim Ahmed Elkoriei, Wael M. Elshimy, Ayman M. Samir, Mahmoud Abdou yassin and Ahmed M. Tawfik .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 1, Pages 861-868

Background: Infantile Haemangioma (IH)has long been considered as an angiogenic disease because of the tangled disorganized mass of blood vessels
in the tumor. This study aimed to prove the safety and efficacy of medical treatment prior to surgical intervention in management of haemangioma.
Patients and methods: This study was involved patients with infantile haemangioma disfiguring or complaining who admitted to  Zagazig University Hospitals. All patients presented to vascular surgery department were subjected to medical treatment with beta blockers and followed up every 2 months for 6 months for possibility of surgical intervention.
Results: The current study included patients with infantile haemangioma disfiguring or complaining, their mean age was 2.95±1.57. Male patients represent 54.2% and female represent 45.8% of studied group. The majority of outcome were excellent (29.2%), very good (8.3%), good (37.5%) and bad (16.7%). Bleeding reported at 4 cases with 16.7% ulceration and infection 8.3%.  Medical management was in 66.7% and surgical in 33.3% and combined were in 29.2%.  There was significant decrease at all time from pre to 6 month.   The association between basic demographic and hemangiomas characters and type of management were significantly associated with surgical. Surgical management significantly associated with bleeding, and associated with ulceration and infection but not significantly.
Conclusion: Propranolol may be more effective and safer in treatment of infantile hemangiomas (IH) and may also be used as a first-line therapy than previously established therapies, and may be an alternative when more widely accepted treatments for IH have failed. Surgical procedures can keep back for complicated IH in which conservative medical therapy is ineffective or contraindicated.