What does that mean for my veins? Since the FDA approval of a commercially-prepared formulation of polidocanol foam (PEM – polidocanol endovenous microfoam), PEM has been commonly used to treat varicose veins of the legs. The doctors who authored this research... read more
What does that mean for my veins? So what is the “anterior accessory great saphenous vein”, and why did I choose this paper to summarize for you? Well I’m glad you asked! First of all, the “anterior accessory great saphenous vein” is one of the leg veins that can... read more
What does that mean for my veins? In this study, Dr. Kathleen Gibson and her other physician co-investigators evaluated the effectiveness of a new technique to treat abnormal leg veins that can be the cause of venous ulcers using a small laser fiber placed through a... read more
What does that mean for my veins? This research study addresses the problem of bleeding from varicose veins. Thankfully, this is a very uncommon problem, but when it occurs the bleeding can be quite dramatic, and in some cases life-threatening. At the very busy... read more
What does that mean for my veins? In this research study the physicians compared two different “schools of thought” regarding varicose leg vein treatment – should the varicose veins be treated with a more simple approach where only the main source of the... read more
What does that mean for my veins? The most commonly used method for treating varicose veins of the leg is called “ablation”, which is a technique by which a small plastic tube (catheter) is inserted into the abnormal vein under local anesthesia and with ultrasound... read more
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