Varicose Vein disorder symptoms and treatment

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Varicose Vein disorder symptoms and treatment
Outpatient methods, minimally invasive Varicose Vein Treatment, are divided into 2 main
categories:
1. Varicose Vein Treatment methods –
Thermal ablation
It uses a thermal agent (heat) that can be produced by the use of steam, radio frequency or laser, for
the obliteration (closure) of varicose veins. These methods are performed under ultrasound guidance
and are minimally invasive. Local anaesthesia or sedation with the same day activity resuming is
required.
Steam method
Laser method
Radio frequency method
2. Varicose veins treatment methods –
Chemical ablation
Injection of a sclerosing substance (by injection or catheter) into varicose veins which causes a
chemically induced irritation, the venous walls swell and thus the vein is obliterated (closed)
Microsclerotherapy –
for obliteration - closure of small and superficial varicose veins (venectasias and certain
telangiectasias);
Echolithic sclerotherapy - UGS;
ALPHA method - catheter foam under ultrasound guidance;
Treatment of varicose veins by these methods is achieved by obliterating, that is, closing, these veins
(varicose veins) with the help of a thermal or chemical agent. This stops the blood flow in the varicose
veins, which is absorbed by the body over time and completely disappears. The blood flow is
redirected through the healthy veins of the affected leg. These methods can be used alone or in
combination with other methods within the clinic, depending on the patient's diagnostic landscape, so
that the end result is as good as possible. In the case vascular surgeons are trained to use all the
minimal-invasive methods, the option of combinations being discussed with the patient before the
medical act.
Varicose veins treatment methods –
Surgical treatment of varicose veins: Stripping is the most widespread method used these days.
Requires general anaesthesia or spinal anaesthesia, recovery time 7-14 days, hematomas may occur,
in some cases even infections of the incisions, as well as postoperative pain.
Other risk factors for the development of varicose veins are:
Intense physical exertion
Practicing sports that involve sudden starts and stops (tennis, for example)
Hot baths and prolonged state in saunas (determines the expansion of blood vessels due to heat)
Removing unwanted hair with hot wax
Uncomfortable shoes - too high or too narrow heel
Smoking and excessive coffee or alcohol consumption
Long-term contraceptive administration (due to hormone content)
Treatment For Varicose Veins: How we recognize them?
Varicose veins are recognized by their appearance. They appear on the legs and are prominent, being
easy to observe on the surface of the skin. They are inflamed and have a purple, blue color. In some
cases, the area around them is inflamed, and the skin is dry and stretched. In some cases, eggplants
appear around the prominent veins.
Beyond the characteristic aspect, there are Varicose Veins Symptoms such as:
Feeling tired, heavy feet
Pains, stings, tingling in the legs
Bleeding from varicose veins
Varicose Veins Before And After: Varicose veins have multiple stages of development, and at first
they can only look like a spider's web, the other symptoms appear later. At the same time, depending
on their lifestyle, they may improve or, on the contrary, may worsen. In the early stage, varicose veins
are not accompanied by pain and are not very prominent.

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