Varicose Veins

Varicose Veins

Varicose veins are twisted, enlarged veins. Any superficial vein may move toward becoming varicose, however the veins most ordinarily influenced are those in your thigh & leg.

Symptoms of Varicose veins:
Enlarged (Dilated) veins that are visible on skin
Swelling over leg, ankle & feet
Heaviness & soreness in the leg, specially in evening or after exercise,
prolonged standing
Muscular cramps, especially at night
Itching & dryness over skin in leg, black pigmentation
Active bleeding & sometimes ulcer

Treatment:
It Depends On

1. Severity of patient’s symptoms (Symptomatic or Asymptomatic)

2. Stage of the disease (Varicose veins)

Available treatment options:
LASER Ablation of varicose veins
Radio-Frequency Ablation (RFA) of varicose veins
Foam Sclero Therapy for non truncal veins & reticular veins
Endovenous Glue (Venaseal) Therapy

Advantages of Endovenous ablation
Day care procedure
Local or regional anesthesia
No surgical incision, only small puncture
No major complications
No rest required
Mobilization from evening of surgery onwards

Spider Veins:
Spider veins are like varicose veins, however they’re littler. These veins are discovered nearer to the skin’s surface and are regularly red or blue in color.

Spider veins happen on the thigh, leg, yet can likewise be found on the face. They differ in size and regularly resemble a bug catching networks.

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