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F P Weber--Apparent Thickening of Veins-1899
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- Parkes Weber, Frederick (1863-1962)
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1) Apparent thickening of subcutaneous veins 2) Cutaneous telangiectases, relation to angiomata, ordinary varicose veins; congenital varicose veins. Haemorrhoids 3) Angiomata--their congenital and hereditary relations 4) Phlebosclerosis of various kinds--with or without calcification (or ossification) and formation of subcutaneous phleboliths 5) Various forms of phlebitis and venous thrombosis. In regard to the whole subject of Thrombophlebitis and venous thrombosis see also my collection on 'Traumatic and other venous thrombosis (in regard to Life Assurance etc) also regarding causes and nature of thrombosis...' See also my collection 'Hypertrophy of the type of hemi-hypertrophy... congenital or acquire phlebarteriectasis etc'. 6) Various forms of telangiectases, especially multiple telangiectases, including retinal telangiectases, and telangiectases of alimentary canal 7) Cutaneous lividity, mottling, and 'cutis marmorata', various classes 8) Muscular excess of various kinds in the walls of small arteries (probably chiefly in tumour formation) analogous, I think, to the endothelial excess in ordinary capillary angiomata of the angio-endothelioma type
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