varicose vein

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a vein that is permanently dilated

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Dr Mamoun Shafaamri, vascular surgeon at Dubai Health Authority (DHA) said: "This method is a real breakthrough because the previous two methods of permanent varicose vein removal were more invasive, patient recovery time was much longer and the procedure was uncomfortable.
EVLT treatment of varicose vein uses lasers that generate high-energy.
Varicose vein stripping had been performed 2 years previously for varicose ulcers in one leg.
ClickPress, Wed Apr 09 2014] For certain patient groups the treatment of varicose veins can often be associated with complications.
As far as Sanders' own varicose vein issue, she was determined to nip it in the bud.
Varicose veins result from a chronic dilatation of the veins, a condition called "varicosity.
Many women and even men feel that varicose veins and spider veins make them feel and look less attractive.
Fortunately, modern laser technology allows for relief from the appearance and pains of varicose veins, and the Renaissance Laser and Vein Institute is the go-to institution for state of the art laser treatments for varicose vein removal in Los Angeles.
Aching and heaviness in a limb, sometimes with swelling, but without any prominent or visible blue vein, may signal a deep varicose vein.
interventional radiologist says those with varicose vein disease are often misdiagnosed.
Lawrence makes a tiny incision near the varicose vein area and threads a slender light tube beneath the cluster of veins (This part of the operation is called transillumination).
At 41 and 43 years old, Rick and Susan Wheeler are typical varicose vein patients.