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On the road to Maastricht: Pre-EVC 2024 MOH Talk

From March 3rd to 5th, 2024, Maastricht will host the most eminent vascular training event on the globe, and we are excited to present this pre-EVC MOH Talk to you. Check out the line-up and register to be part of this exciting journey.

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Unlocking the hidden suffering: understanding pelvic venous disorders

Pelvic venous disorders, particularly pelvic varicose veins, are frequently concealed beneath a veil of silence. Yet, they have the power to disrupt lives significantly.

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Navigating the challenges of lymphedema in cancer care: expert insights

Breast cancer-related lymphedema (BCRL) is a frequent complication of different breast cancer treatments, affecting many women worldwide. In this MOH Talk, Dr Vincent Paramanandam and Dr Linda Miller share their insights into prevention and management of BCRL.

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Duplex ultrasound and compression applications for venous health

Dive deep into the realm of duplex ultrasound, where you'll uncover its diagnostic power in the context of venous health with Dr Erika Mendoza. Discover the efficacy of compression applications for treating venous disorders, and explore how these innovative techniques are revolutionizing patient care with Dr Tobias Hirsch.

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MOH Talks

MOH Talks

Lots of Talks to awaken your medical curiosity

MOH Summary

MOH Summary

Medical articles that take you deep into knowledge

MOH Focus

MOH Focus

Embark on a journey into the realms of phlebology, lymphology, and compression therapy with the MOH Focus. These concise one-pagers provide a glimpse into recent scientific publications, shedding light on the latest advancements in the field. Carefully curated by esteemed experts, these papers offer valuable insights into groundbreaking discoveries and innovative treatments. Expand your understanding of vascular health and enhance your professional expertise with the enlightening MOH Focus.

MOH Bulletin

MOH Bulletin

The MOH Bulletin is a free bi-annual magazine initially published under the name Compression Bulletin by SIGVARIS GROUP. It provides a selection of reviews or summaries of the latest scientific publications in the field of phlebology, lymphology and compression therapy. It is edited by two world-renowned experts in phlebology: Prof. H. Partsch and Prof. E. Rabe. Our MOH Bulletin web articles are published in English; the Bulletins are available for download in English and German.

MOH Connect

MOH Connect

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CVI
Indications

CVI

Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI), or Chronic Venous Disease (CVD), is a condition characterized by impaired venous blood flow in the legs. It occurs when the valves within the leg veins become damaged or weakened, leading to blood pooling and symptoms such as leg swelling, pain, and skin changes. Risk factors include genetics, obesity, prolonged sitting or standing, and previous blood clots. Management options for CVI encompass lifestyle modifications, compression therapy, medications, and surgical interventions when necessary. Accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment are crucial for effectively addressing chronic venous insufficiency in patients.
Lymphedema
Indications

Lymphedema

Lymphedema is a chronic condition characterized by the accumulation of lymphatic fluid, leading to swelling and discomfort. It occurs when the lymphatic system is unable to function properly due to blockages or damage. Symptoms include persistent swelling, restricted movement, recurrent infections, and skin changes. Treatment options include manual lymphatic drainage, compression therapy, exercise, and sometimes surgery. Early detection and intervention are crucial for effective management and improved quality of life for patients with lymphedema.
Lipedema
Indications

Lipedema

Lipedema is a chronic condition characterized by abnormal fat accumulation primarily in the lower limbs and buttocks. It predominantly affects women and can be misdiagnosed as obesity or lymphedema. Symptoms include symmetrical limb enlargement, tenderness, bruising, and a column-like shape of the legs. Conservative treatments like compression therapy and specialized exercises can help manage symptoms. In advanced cases, liposuction designed for lipoedema may be considered.