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Chronic Venous Insufficiency, the first volume in the Contemporary Endovascular Management series, presents a current, succinct review of the rapidly evolving field of venous disease. In recognition of the significant effects of venous disease on patients and the quickly changing modes of therapy in the field, this volume fulfills the need for a comprehensive assessment of the treatment paradigms and innovative techniques now available. Volume 1 examines varicose veins, chronic venous reconstructions, and arteriovenous malformations from initial presentation through imaging and diagnosis to general and advanced therapies. As leaders in their field, the authors of Chronic Venous Insufficiency focus their contributions on current and relevant research and facts, specifically aiming to close knowledge gaps as well as to provide essential information for the practicing physician, the trainee, and the midlevel provider.

Foreword Peter Neglen

Introduction Mark G. Davies

Varicose Veins
1. Overview of Therapy for Varicose Veins; Johann M. Lohr
2. Chronic Venous Insufficiency: Comprehensive Treatment Guided by Investigation and Classification; Michael A. Vasquez, Carolyn E. Munschauer
3. Duplex Imaging of Varicose Veins; R. Eugene Zierler
4. The Role of Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance in Venous Imaging; Jean Bismuth, Dipan Shah, Christof Karmonik
5. Endovenous Radiofrequency Ablation: Indications, Techniques, and Outcomes; E. Acquista and Alan M. Dietzek
6. Laser Ablation: Indications, Techniques, and Outcomes; Robert J. Min
7. Sclerotherapy of Spider Veins, Reticular Veins, and Varicose Veins: Indications, Techniques, and Outcomes; Johann M. Lohr and Angela N. Fellner
8. Foam Sclerotherapy for the Treatment of Chronic Venous Insufficiency; Javier Anaya-Ayala
9. Perforator Surgery: Indications, Techniques, and Outcomes; Nyla Ismail, Eric K. Peden

Chronic Venous Reconstructions
10. Stenting of Chronic Obstruction: Indications, Techniques, and Outcomes; Peter Neglen
11. Venous Bypass: Indications, Technique, Summary of Clinical Data; Joseph J. Ricotta II, Peter Gloviczki
12. Valve Disease: Is It Really Important?; Kevin G. Burnand
13. Valve Reconstruction: Current Developments; Dusan Pavcnik
14. Valve Reconstruction Therapy: Indications, Technique, Summary of Clinical Data; Peter Neglen

Special Circumstances
15. Nutcracker Syndrome; Joseph J. Naoum
16. Pelvic Congestion; Colleen J. Moore and Robert B. McLafferty

Venous Malformations
17. Venous Malformations: Pathophysiology, Classification, Incidence; Francis Marshalleck, Michael C. Dalsing
18. Venous Malformations: Workup, Management, and Outcomes Alan B. Lumsden

The Contemporary Endovascular Management series is designed to be a focused, relevant, and timely review of the modern aspects of imaging and intervention in specific vascular beds. Each volume in the series addresses one vascular bed and equips readers with the current information necessary for vascular practice using a clear and easy-to-access format.

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