The fourth, revised and expanded edition of the Handbook of Venous Disorders provides the most up-to-date information on evaluation and treatment of venous and lymphatic diseases and malformations. This is a comprehensive book packed with useful information on evaluation, diagnostic imaging, medical, endovascular and surgical management of acute and chronic venous diseases. The book includes new chapters on foam sclerotherapy, radiofrequency and laser treatment for varicosity and chronic venous insufficiency, on catheter directed thrombolysis and venous stenting. There are useful diagnostic and treatment algorithms and evidence based guidelines in this volume. The Handbook of Venous Disorders is written and edited by leaders and founding members of the American Venous Forum.
Several chapters were written by international authors, all experts in venous disease. This is a 744 page volume, beautifully illustrated with black and white and colored line drawings and photographs.
Editor: Dr. Peter Gloviczki, MD
Associate Editors: Dr. Michael C. Dalsing, MD; Dr. Bo G. Eklof, MD; Dr. Gregory L. Moneta, MD and Dr. Thomas W. Wakefield, MD
Published by Hodder Arnold in 2009
Handbook of Venous Disorders is an essential reference for vascular surgeons and specialists in vascular medicine. The strenght of this textbook is its completeness and the fact that the chapters are uniformly clear and well written.
New England Journal of Medicine:
“…an essential resource for all who have an interest in venous disease. This timely edition brings together, therefore, the current knowledge and provides a perfect resource for those embarking on research as well as for clinicians in everyday practice around the world. I cannot recommend this text too highly.”