Dr. Schul and his team have been dedicated to reporting outcomes and improving the lives of those they treat. Not all patients have a straightforward problem, in fact, there are so many patterns of reflux that it can truly boggle the mind. Regardless, Dr. Schul has been capturing data for reporting purposes for over 5 years. This article is an example of the science that may evolve as the routine work performed is examined on a granular level.
The Anterior Accessory Saphenous Vein (AASV, AAGSV) sits within the same plane beneath the skin as the commonly recognized Great Saphenous Vein (GSV). Most striking finding from Dr. Schul’s work was that patients with AASV reflux as a primary pattern demonstrated a higher degree of severity when assessed using a validated scoring system. Of additional note was that superficial thrombophlebitis is found equally common among this with GSV or AASV reflux.
Dr. Schul & his team are focused on your venous and lymphatic health. Our focus on patient experience and outcomes is unmatched in the Greater Lafayette area. To learn about your vein health and schedule a consultation, call (765) 807-2770, visit us on FaceBook, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how we can help you.