- Contains the contributions of key opinion leaders in the field of vascular surgery and phlebology and is aligned with the American Venous Forum Guidelines
- Provides fully updated coverage with a focus on new endovascular techniques
- Includes full color line artwork
- Offers access to companion vital source website which has additional images, procedural videos, and online chapter access
The Handbook of Venous Disorders, first published in 1996, is a handbook for all clinicians and surgeons who are involved with the investigation, evaluation, or management of venous and lymphatic diseases or malformations. These disorders include varicose veins, venous ulcers, DVT, lymphedema, and pulmonary embolism, as well as damage to the veins through trauma or tumor growth. The new edition has been completely updated to bring the book in line with current teaching practices.