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A.I. Shevela

The Center of New Medical Technologies Institute of Chemical Biology and Fundamental Medicine, The Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch Novosibirsk, Russia

S.A. Usov

Army General I.K Yakovlev Novosibirsk Institute of Internal Military Forces, Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs

V.A. Markina

Novosibirsk State Research University, Novosibirsk, Russia

Obesity and Chronic Venous Insufficiency: from Risk Factors to Pathogenesis


A.I. Shevela, S.A. Usov, V.A. Markina

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Journal: Journal of Venous Disorders. 2019;13(3): 220‑226

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To cite this article:

Shevela AI, Usov SA, Markina VA. Obesity and Chronic Venous Insufficiency: from Risk Factors to Pathogenesis. Journal of Venous Disorders. 2019;13(3):220‑226. (In Russ.)

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