Professor of Veins Launches New Series of Books
Professor Mark Whiteley is an internationally recognised expert in varicose veins and venous surgery. He founded The College of Phlebology with an aim to teach endovenous surgery and the science of venous investigations and treatments to all those interested in Phlebology.
The Professor is regularly asked to lecture at international veins meetings and is now publishing his work in a series of books aimed at different levels. His “Understanding” books are aimed at those interested in venous surgery, varicose veins and leg ulcers both public and interested professionals. His “Advances” books collections of chapters written by world experts in their fields, on all areas of venous investigations and treatments.
His latest book, and the first of the ‘Advances’ series, is titled ‘Advances in Phlebology and Venous Surgery Volume 1’, and contains chapters covering many of the most interesting areas of Phlebology.
Each chapter of the book is written by international experts in their own field, and promises to have something of interest for everyone who is interested in Phlebology and Venous Surgery.
The book is targeted to medical professionals, academics, venous consultants and venous surgeons, as well as medical students and GPs.
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