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Chronic venous disorders of the leg: epidemiology, outcomes, diagnosis and management. Summary of an evidence-based report of the VEINES task force. Consensus Statement.

Denis Clement (1999) INTERNATIONAL ANGIOLOGY. 18. p.83-102
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journal title
INTERNATIONAL ANGIOLOGY
Int. Angiol.
volume
18
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83-102 pages
ISSN
0392-9590
language
English
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yes
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A2
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114201
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-114201
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2004-01-14 13:35:00
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  title        = {Chronic venous disorders of the leg: epidemiology, outcomes, diagnosis and management. Summary of an evidence-based report of the VEINES task force. Consensus Statement.},
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Chicago
Clement, Denis. 1999. “Chronic Venous Disorders of the Leg: Epidemiology, Outcomes, Diagnosis and Management. Summary of an Evidence-based Report of the VEINES Task Force. Consensus Statement.” International Angiology 18: 83–102.
APA
Clement, D. (1999). Chronic venous disorders of the leg: epidemiology, outcomes, diagnosis and management. Summary of an evidence-based report of the VEINES task force. Consensus Statement. INTERNATIONAL ANGIOLOGY, 18, 83–102.
Vancouver
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Clement D. Chronic venous disorders of the leg: epidemiology, outcomes, diagnosis and management. Summary of an evidence-based report of the VEINES task force. Consensus Statement. INTERNATIONAL ANGIOLOGY. 1999;18:83–102.
MLA
Clement, Denis. “Chronic Venous Disorders of the Leg: Epidemiology, Outcomes, Diagnosis and Management. Summary of an Evidence-based Report of the VEINES Task Force. Consensus Statement.” INTERNATIONAL ANGIOLOGY 18 (1999): 83–102. Print.