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GSVGeological Survey of Victoria (Australia)
GSVGirls Sport Victoria (Australia)
GSVGrande Sertão Veredas (Portuguese: Devil to Pay in the Backlands; Brazilian novel)
GSVGoogle Street View
GSVGreater Saphenous Vein
GSVGeoScience Victoria (Australia)
GSVGenealogical Society of Victoria (Australia)
GSVGround Surface Visibility
GSVGlobal Security Verification (import/export industry)
GSVGarnisonen I Sør-Varanger (Norway military Garrison of Sør-Varanger)
GSVGeneral Systems Vehicle
GSVGarden Spot Village (New Holland, PA)
GSVGross Standard Volume
GSVGrassy Stunt Virus
GSVGenealogical Society of Vermont (US)
GSVGross Sales Value
GSVGay Spirit Visions (Decatur, GA)
GSVGas Sampling Value
GSVGlut4 Storage Vesicle (molecular biology)
GSVGuided Space Vehicle
GSVGenetic Strength Value (thoroughbred pedigrees strength)
GSVGlashütter Sport-Verein (German soccer club)
GSVGun Shot Victim (military)
GSVGuo-Shamai-Verdu (algorithm)
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Insufficiencies of the great saphenous veins (GSV) majorly contribute to the venous incompetence of the lower extremities.1-3 This insufficiency may give rise to cosmetic concerns such as spider telangiectasia and varicose veins as well as to more serious problems such as limb edema, skin ulcers, and even some forms of disabilities.4 The main goal of therapy in GSV incompetence is to eliminate the underlying cause of venous reflux.
Preoperative vein mapping is used to facilitate GSV harvesting and reduce complications.
Among the 46 limbs with varicose veins, 27 (58.7%) cases had GSV varicosities, 1 (2.1%) had SSV varicosities and 18 (39.2%) had involvement of both GSV and SSV.
That afternoon I was invited to speak at the GSV Inter College.
Next, the GSV is followed from its junction down toward the ankle.
This creates the first (nonstandard) tension in his book: trying to balance event dualism with causal closure, Pietroski claims that mental events globally supervene on physical events (GSV).
The Scotland midfielder, making his comeback following a close-season ankle operation, was clattered by GSV skipper Gheo van Eck and limped off to be replaced by Peter Grant.
The Great Saphenous Vein (GSV) of the lower limb is the longest superficial vein in the body and liable to as many variations.
The technique involves making a 2 cm incision near the inguinal ligament, and then exposing, ligating, and then cutting the great saphenous vein (GSV) and its tributaries 0.5 cm distal to the saphenofemoral junction.
Redwood City, CA, June 10, 2015 --(PR.com)-- GSVlabs to Host the GSV Pioneer Summit, October 7-9, 2015 in Silicon Valley.