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Sclerotherapy - Spider Vein Treatment
by: Mehmet Hakan
Venule Flares or spider veins are the small purple or red veins which can form anywhere on the leg, from the thigh to the ankle. They are usually hereditary or hormonal in origin and are extremely common. Spider veins can cause discomfort and are unsightly, particularly if widespread. They can be treated successfully by sclerotherapy, usually followed by some form of compression.
Skin Problem- Spider Veins And How To Get Rid Of Them
by: CD Mohatta
Spider veins are a very small thread like veins. They are generally blue or red in color. These veins are found more on legs and face. These veins are a big cosmetic problem as they disfigure the look of the skin. Let us find out how they form and how to get rid of them.
The Risks and Benefits Associated With Spider Vein Treatment
by: Tiffany Bradford
While many types of cosmetic procedures are done with the idea of looking more youthful in mind, others are done to remove or reduce blemishes on the body. Two types of maladies that may be treated through cosmetic procedures are spider and varicose veins.
Laser Cure for Varicose Veins
by: Michael Russell
A varicose vein starts out as little more than a visual problem but it can lead, over time, to leg swelling, fatigue and pain. The reduced flow of blood to your legs causes your legs to tire quickly and often make them feel as heavy as lead weights. If left untreated the varicose vein can get serious to the point of causing leg ulcers, impaired walking, leg cramps and blood clots.
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