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Varice: sources and notes

Authors : Dr. MC Bonduelle, Dr. Nicolas Evrard
Expert consultant : Dr. Valérie Fraeyman, aesthetic doctor and phlebologist.

Sources:
- Management of predominantly venous leg ulcer excluding dressing. Recommendations for clinical practice. HAS. June 2006.
- Superficial venous disease: proposal of a strategy for the use of compression and vein-active agents in the management of pain. Angiology 2006, vol 58.

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