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Varicose Veins – When to Call a Doctor?

Varicose Veins – When to Call a Doctor?

Varicose veins are twisted enlarged veins commonly found in the legs and feet. This condition happens when there is increased pressure in the veins. The increased pressure can be caused by prolonged standing or sitting, obesity, pregnancy, or genetic factors....
Vein Reflux Procedure

Vein Reflux Procedure

Venous reflux disease (VRD) or vein reflux develops when the vein’s valves can’t close properly, letting the blood flow backward and pool in the lower extremities. Vein reflux procedures, such as endovenous ablation, can address the symptoms of RVD by closing down the...
Varicose Veins Cancer Symptoms

Varicose Veins Cancer Symptoms

Varicose veins are often described as twisted and swollen blood vessels forming visible, blueish, or purple bulges under the patient’s legs. They often appear in the ankles, legs, and feet, sometimes even causing itching and pain. Often, they are also accompanied by...
Vein Reflux in Legs

Vein Reflux in Legs

Vein reflux has many affiliate names in the medical world. It is also commonly known as venous reflux, chronic venous insufficiency (CVI), or venous reflux disease. Venous reflux disease happens when the valves in the leg veins fail to function properly. These vein...
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