The various venous diseases of the lower limb were classified according to the main X-ray appearances as follows: 203 limbs were primary deep venous valve insufficiency, 36 limbs had superficial varicose vein, 109 limbs had deep venous thrombosis, 38 limbs had iliac vein compression syndrome, 11 limbs had Klippel-Trenaunery syndrome, 17 limbs had hemangioma.
Celiac artery compression syndrome (CACS) and superior mesenteric artery syndrome (SMAS) are 2 rare diseases, widely described in literature.
Celiac axis compression syndrome-Exceptions to a "critical review"
Ultrastructural changes in liver sinusoid endotheliocytes during dextran treatment of the compression syndrome
Light microscopy and morphometry demonstrated that dextran infusions in prolonged compression syndrome increase the destruction of liver parenchyma, delay this process, and suppress the inflammatory reaction in the organ.
Effect of dextran infusions on destructive processes in liver parenchyma in prolonged compression syndrome