Approach to Lower Limb Oedema

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Approach to Lower Limb Oedema
Approach to Lower Limb Oedema is a book edited by Satyendra K. Tiwary covers all aspects of lower limb oedema including aetiology, pathophysiology, clinical approach, investigations, differential diagnosis and management. It presents all the medical and surgical aspects of lower limb oedema in a well-illustrated manner for better understanding. It covers the lower limb oedema of different origins separately to highlight the different spectrums in their presentation and management. Separate chapters include special conditions like pregnancy, trauma and vascular malformations.

The book augments the learning and knowledge for lower limb oedema management by illustrating all aspects of it. It suggests proceeding with every possible aetiology with a better understanding of pathophysiology and adequate designated investigations. It also includes clinical guidelines that help to solve the diagnostic dilemma in lower limb oedema management with infused points to reach a consensus in each and every possible cause. The book includes recent scientific literature and accepted guidelines adopted from the publications during the last ten years to provide latest knowledge in the field.

The approaches discussed in the book with specific importance to clinical workup and meticulous investigation protocols will help the surgeons, physicians, primary care workers as well as surgical resident trainees to reach the correct diagnosis and proper management.

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Table of contents of Approach to Lower Limb Oedem:
Introduction of Lower Limb Edema
Anatomy of Lower Limb
Physiological Basis of Lower Limb Edema
Aetiopathogenesis in Lower Limb Oedema
Clinical Examination in Lower Limb Edema
Investigations of Lower Limb Edema
Differential Diagnosis of Lower Extremity Oedema
Complications of Lower Limb Edema
Chronic Lower Limb Edema
DEEP Vein Thrombosis
Chronic Venous Insufficiency
Compression Stockings
Imaging Assessment of Lower Limb Swelling
Genetic Association in Lower Limb Swelling
Vascular Malformations and Edema
Infection Control in Lower Limb Oedema
Dermatological Manifestations in Lower Limb Swelling
Overview of Management in Lower Limb Edema
Pregnancy and Lower Limb Swelling
Posttraumatic Lower Limb Edema
Quality of Life in Lower Limb Lymphoedema Patients

About the editor of Approach to Lower Limb Oedema:
Dr Satyendra K Tiwary, MBBS (Hons), MS (Surgery), FMAS, FICS, FCLS is Professor in Department of General Surgery at Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India. He completed his postgraduation in surgery from Patna Medical College, Patna, India. With teaching experience of 17 years, Dr Tiwary has around 120 publications in various national and international journals and has delivered numerous oral, poster presentations and invited lectures. He has edited books including ‘Ulcers of the Lower Extremity’ published by Springer in 2016, ‘COVID-19: Challenges Ahead’ published by CBS in 2020, Annual Surgical Updates, published in 2020 and Vascular Malformations Published by Springer in 2021, and has published few chapters in books. He has keen interest in academics and research with special interest in phlebology, vascular medicine, wound management and lower limb pathology.

Book Details:
Title: Approach to Lower Limb Oedem
Editor: Satyendra K. Tiwary
Publisher: ‎ Springer
Published: 2022
Language: ‎ English
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 348
ISBN-13: ‎ 978-981-16-6205-8

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