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The CEAP (Clinical, Etiological, Anatomic, Pathophysiological) Classification and Anatomic Score for Chronic Venous Disease of the Lower Limbs

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The CEAP (Clinical, Etiological, Anatomic, Pathophysiological) classification for chronic venous disease of the lower limb was formulated by the American Venous Forum in 1994. It is intended to be a uniform and simple means for reporting and comparing patients. The clinical and disability scores are described in the next section.

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