Varicose veins is the case of deterioration of the vein wall and vein valves or the occurrence of venous hypertension in the vein. Capillary varicose veins are formed just below the surface of the skin by the expansion of capillaries. This results in small, red lines that radiate in a mesh shape. They can develop anywhere on the body, but are more common on the face and legs.
Why does it occur?
Some people have capillary varicose veins due to hereditary, pregnancy, rosacea, sun exposure, weather changes, environmental or chemical irritants, alcohol consumption, injury, or even sudden and excessive pressure through vomiting or sneezing.
How should it be treated?
It is very important to treat varicose veins from large to small. Although patients apply for treatment with the complaint of capillary varicose veins, the patient’s history is listened first. A detailed physical examination is performed for both legs. Then, doppler ultrasound is applied.
After detailed mapping of varicose veins and veins, if there is a problem in the large vessel, the treatment of the large vessel is performed first, even if the patient does not have a complaint. The fine and small vessels are then treated.
For the radical solution of varicose disease, such a gradual treatment should be applied. Otherwise, if capillary conditions are treated first, the problem causing varicose veins will not be treated.
With the gradual treatment of varicose veins, the risk of recurrence of capillary varicose veins is prevented and radical treatment is provided. Patients with varicose veins must be treated more and more effectively by a cardiovascular surgeon.