中国普外基础与临床杂志

中国普外基础与临床杂志

透光旋切术治疗静脉曲张术后并发症的研究进展

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目的 对透光旋切术治疗静脉曲张术后并发症的研究现状进行归纳总结。 方法 检索国内外近年来关于透光旋切治疗静脉曲张的临床及基础研究,针对此术式术后并发症的研究进展作一综述。 结果 随着手术技术的演进及经验的积累,透光旋切术后多种并发症如蜂窝织炎、切口脓肿、血肿、残留静脉、神经损伤等发病率有所下降。 结论 从目前发展趋势来看,透光旋切术后并发症的发病率有可能会继续下降,未来有潜力可成为治疗静脉曲张的主流术式。

Objective To summarize research progress of postoperative complications of transilluminated powered phlebectomy in treatment of varicose veins. Method The clinical and scientific research about the treatment of varicose veins with transilluminated powered phlebectomy in recent years were searched and the progress of the postoperative complications were reviewed. Results With the evolution of surgical techniques and the accumulation of experience, a variety of translucent resection of the postoperative complications such as the cellulitis, wound abscess, hematoma, residual vein, nerve damage reduced. Conclusions From current development trend, incidence of complications after transilluminated powered phlebectomy might continue to decline. It has a potential to become a mainstream surgical technique for varicose veins in future.

关键词: 静脉曲张; 透光旋切术; 并发症

Key words: varicose vein; transilluminated powered phlebectomy; complications

引用本文: 李力宏, 李春民. 透光旋切术治疗静脉曲张术后并发症的研究进展. 中国普外基础与临床杂志, 2018, 25(2): 251-254. doi: 10.7507/1007-9424.201706070 复制

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