T. V. Zamechnic, S. I. Larin, N. A. Stern, N. S. Ovcharenko, A. J. Andrianov
Кафедра патологической физиологии ВолГМУ
Our purpose was to study the correlative association between the environmental temperature and shin temperatures — infra-red (IRТ) and microwave (deep or RТМ) temperatures — in healthy people and patients with varicosity (VD) with varying degrees of chronic venous insufficiency (CVI). 37 healthy patients and 64 patients with VD of the lower extremity were studied. The temperature was registered in 12 points of each shin. As a result, we have determined that in healthy patients an increase of environmental temperature resulted in directly proportional IRТ change (factor of correlation from 0,6 till 0,48), in VD С2—С3 (CVI 0—1 items) the factor of correlation raised essentially (from 0,86 till 0,74), at patients VD С4—С6 (CVD degree 3) the factor of correlation between IRT and environmental temperature amounted to 0,78—0,54. The deep temperature in healthy patients did not depend on temperature of the environment (factor of correlation from 0,05 to — 0,21), in patients with VD С1-С3 (CVD degree 0—1) the factor of correlation was considerably higher and amounted to 0,55—0,46, in patients with VD С4—С6 (CVD degree 3) the factor of correlation also amounted to 0,62—0,46.
venous insufficiency, environmental temperature, shin temperature
Замечник Татьяна Владимировна — к. м. н., доцент кафедры патологической физиологии ВолГМУ, e-mail: email@example.com.