Detection of venous reflux in patients with chronic leg ulcer: comparison of hand-held doppler performed by a nurse specialist with colour duplex ultrasound performed by a radiologist

A.W. Bradbury, P.L. Allan, J. Brittenden, A.A. Milne, E.A. Nelson, C.V. Ruckley

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Abstract

Proceedings abstract: The management of diseases of the venous system has evolved rapidly over the last forty years. Much of this development occured since the creation of the Union Internationale de Phlebologie (UIP) in 1959 which has helped to bring together those involved in the management of venous diseases.
The Proceedings of the XII World Congress of the UIP will reflect the diversity of disciplines involved (such as phlebologists, dermatologists, surgeons, physiologists and radiologists) as well as new methods of investigation, prevention and the latest research on the topic.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPhlebology ’95: Proceedings of the XII Congress Union Internationale de Phlébologie
Volume1
Publication statusPublished - 1996

Keywords

  • leg ulcer patients
  • venous system

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    Bradbury, A. W., Allan, P. L., Brittenden, J., Milne, A. A., Nelson, E. A., & Ruckley, C. V. (1996). Detection of venous reflux in patients with chronic leg ulcer: comparison of hand-held doppler performed by a nurse specialist with colour duplex ultrasound performed by a radiologist. In Phlebology ’95: Proceedings of the XII Congress Union Internationale de Phlébologie (Vol. 1)