Differences in pressures of the popliteal, long saphenous, and dorsal foot veins.
- Published Article
Journal of Vascular Surgery
- Publication Date
Nov 01, 2000
The dorsal foot, long saphenous, and popliteal/posterior tibial veins clearly exhibit different pressure waveforms in response to calf exercise. The postexercise pressure, the percentage pressure drop, and the recovery times are widely different, which indicates that the three veins behave hydraulically as separate compartments in limbs without significant venous insufficiency.
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