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Título: A Transposição Valvular nos Doentes com Úlceras dos Membros Inferiores Consequentes a Síndromes Pós-Trombóticos
Outros títulos: Valvular Transposition in Patients with Ulcers of the Lower Limbs Following Post Thrombotic Syndromes
Autor: Albino, JP
Ferreira, E
Castro, JM
Duarte, JN
Gonçalves, D
Sobrinho, G
Meireles, N
Palavras-chave: Úlcera da Perna
Estudos Retrospectivos
Procedimentos Cirúrgicos Vasculares
Trombose Venosa
Data: 2004
Editora: Sociedade Portuguesa de Cirurgia Cardio-Torácica e Vascular
Citação: Rev Port Cir Cardiotorac Vasc. 2004 Jul-Sep;11(3):149-53
Resumo: Venous ulcers in patients with post thrombotic syndromes are complex situations with multiple therapeutic options. They are responsible for high morbidity rates, conservative treatment is very slow and recurrences are very common. Deep venous reconstructive surgery is an alternative, but it should be based on the morphologic and functional aspects of the venous system and only adopted after a very careful study, including venography. The authors describe a morphological "pattern", found in some of these patients and related to the competence of the saphenous femoral junction, rendering possible to perform a valvular transposition. Seven patients with post thrombotic ulcers who have been treated during the last 6 years in which the pattern already described was detect, underwent a transposition of the superficial femoral vein, to the great saphenous vein and when necessary complemented with skyn grafts. Before the operation all patients had ulcers with more than 3 cm in size (3.2-5.4 cm) and with more than 4 months duration (4-16 months). All ulcers healed in the postoperative period (mean time 28 days). All patients have been reevaluated in 2003 and it was diagnosed the thrombosis of two procedures, one of them with the recurrence of the ulcer who healed with conservative treatment. The authors consider this method as a very easy technique to perform, although rarely used, and a valid alternative in a highly selected group of patients.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.17/281
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