The tone of veins of lower limb in young women with idiopathic hypotension

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A comparative analysis of the tone of the common femoral vein (CFV) by ultrasonic scanning between the two groups of women aged 18-33 years. Test group - 72 people with idiopathic arterial hypotension (SBP 61-98 mm Hg) and a control group - 37 people with normal blood pressure (SBP 120-129 mm Hg). Tone was assessed by the ratio of the cross-sectional area of the right vein at rest and after orthostasis. In 86% of young women in both groups we registered decrease of the tone of CFV. The cross-sectional area of СFV in idiopathic arterial hypotension increased by 2.6 times and by 2.0 times in the control group, which indicates a sufficient large veins compliance and reserve capacity. No significant differences in the veins tone have been identified between the control and test groups.

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V M Baev

Perm’ State Medical University n.a. Eugene Wagner

Email: VMBaev@hotmail.com
Perm’, Russia

O A Samsonova

Perm’ State Medical University n.a. Eugene Wagner

Email: samsonchik88@mail.ru
Perm’, Russia

T Yu Agafonova

Perm’ State Medical University n.a. Eugene Wagner

Email: agaf74@mail.ru
Perm’, Russia

R Sh Dusakova

Perm’ State Medical University n.a. Eugene Wagner

Email: rdrst2009@yandex.ru
Perm’, Russia

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