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The Importance of Getting Your Ultrasounds Standing Up

Duplex Ultrasonography is the essential tools for evaluating patients with varicose vein disease. While there are other evaluation techniques, ultrasound is the preferred method of examining venous physiology and anatomy. Moreover, Doppler ultrasound is also used to assess the effectiveness of minimally invasive varicose vein treatments.

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5 Reasons People Dislike Varicose Veins

There's no question that varicose veins are progressive and, over time, can cause damage besides being unsightly. Instead people focus often on the cosmetic concerns. However, there are plenty of reasons to dislike varicose veins aside from the cosmetic ones. In this article we will discuss five of these reasons. 

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What is Venous Insufficiency or Varicose Veins?

What is venous insufficiency or varicose veins? Venous insufficiency is a medical condition in which the veins of the body (usually of the legs) cannot pump blood back to the heart. This causes blood to accumulate in the blood vessels and eventually enlarge (varicose veins) or dilate.

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Everything you need to know about spider veins.

 

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Varicose veins vs spider veins

Varicose veins can be visible on the surface of the skin as large, ropey or bulging veins and are present anywhere from the groin down to the ankle.  However, varicose veins can exist even if no visible signs are present.  Spider veins are small red, purple or blue vessels that twist and turn and are easily visible on the surface of the skin. Spider veins are usually present near the ankles and knees. Venous Hypertension

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