Specialization: Vascular surgery and phlebology

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Obliterating endarteritis/Buerger’s disease

Obliterating endarteritis/Buerger’s disease: Pathology Nature, Symptoms and Treatment Obliterating endarteritis is an infrequently met condition affecting the extremities arteries and veins. With the pathology, vessels inflammation and swelling occur; they can be blocked by blood clots. Pathology harms or breaks the skin tissues and provokes infection’s development. Disease affects arms and legs areas if left...

Hemangioma

Occurrence and Development of Hemangioma. Treatment Methods Hemangioma is a vivid red mark forming at birth or during 2-3 weeks of life. Formation takes the little bump form and is fed by additional vessels. Pathology appears anywhere, but mostly develops on the face or head. Children don’t need therapy for hemangioma, since the formation passes...

Varicose vein

Varicose veins: What Can Cause and How to Treat Varicose veins are a pathology consisting in vessels swelling, “twisting” and protruding above the skin. Disease affects the lower extremities. Varicose veins develop due to vessel’s sides weakness. It leads to blood stagnation in the vein. Vessel bulges are blue and violet. Mostly, they appear on...

Arteriovenous malformations

Arteriovenous malformations: Pathology Nature and Treatment Arteriovenous malformations are several vessels woven together causing anomalistic veins and arteries interlacing. Mostly, pathology appears in the brain, less frequent, in the spinal cord; however, any structure can suffer from pathology. Defect occurrences became the basis for determination of 3 main types. Malformation looks like small bird’s nest...

Inferior Vena Cava Thrombosis (IVC)

Inferior Vena Cava Thrombosis (IVC): What Is and Disease Causes Inferior vena cava thrombosis (IVC) is pathology quite often leading to the physical incapacity of patient. This condition occurs infrequently; however, IVC thrombosis in many cases is incorrectly diagnosed. Disease causes many other defects. Predisposing prothrombotic state has similar manifestations with some diseases, which complicates...

Aortic aneurysm

What is Aortic Aneurysm? Aortic aneurysm is bulbous aorta protrusion – main artery transporting blood through the body. Aortic aneurysms tend to exfoliate or breakthrough: pulsing blood intensity splits the artery layers, letting blood to get between them. Such actions are known as dissection. aneurysm ruptures fully, provoking bleeding. Dissections and ruptures are grounds for...