This minimally-invasive procedure, also referred to a microphlebectomy or phlebectomy, addresses superficial varicose veins just beneath the skin. Ambulatory phlebectomy is appropriate for remediation of varicose veins that are not related to saphenous vein reflux, or those that remain after treatment for venous reflux. Diseased veins are permanently removed through very small incisions in the skin. The procedure is far safer than vein stripping, a common treatment for varicose veins in the past.
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Stasia, a 54-year-old 8th grade math teacher and mother-of-two struggled with varicose veins for nearly eight years before seeking treatment. The avid runner, sailor, tennis player and skier leads an active lifestyle, standing on her feet constantly, which is a known risk factor for the(...)
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Robyn, a 34-year-old field recruitment manager in the beauty industry first realized she had varicose veins her freshman year in college. However, it took her 10 years and an impending wedding to seek medical treatment for her condition.
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