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La classification CEAP

The phlebologist refers to the CEAP classification to objectify observations related to the venous disease (introductory page here).

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Purely descriptive, the classification accounts for the observation made according to four criteria: the clinical class (C) matching a description of the symptoms, the etiology (E), the anatomical distribution (A) of reflux and obstructions in the superficial veins, and the underlying pathophysiology (P), whether related to reflux or obstruction.

The clinical criteria (C)

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C1 Telangiectasia
C2 Varicose veins
C2 Varicose veins
C2,3 Varices,Edema
C2,3 Varices,Edema
C2,3 Varices,Edema
C2,4a Varices,Hypodermite
C3 Edema
C3,4a Edema, dermatitis or eczema
C3,4a Edema, dermatitis or eczema
C3,4a Edema, dermatitis or eczema
C3,4a Edema, dermatitis or eczema
C3,4a Edema, dermatitis or eczema
C4a Pigmentation, eczema
C4b Atrophie blanche
C5 Healed ulcer
C5 Healed ulcer
C6 Open ulcer
C6 Open ulcer
C6 Open ulcer
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The additional criteria (E-A-P)

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