How to treat varicose veins with endovenous laser ablation?

The process of closing the varicose veins, that is, the diseased vein, is called endovenous laser ablation. The inside of the veins are closed with a laser. Generally, there are venous diseases between the groin and the knee, and this diseased vein is entered with a small needle, the wire is extended into the vein, and after the wire is advanced to the groin area, the vein is completely closed with the help of laser.…

"How to treat varicose veins with endovenous laser ablation?"

What causes varicose veins? What are the symptoms and treatment methods of varicose veins?

Stating that varicose veins treatments should not be postponed due to Covid-19, Cardiovascular Surgery Specialist Prof Dr Semih Barlas said that patients can quickly return to their daily lives with new treatment methods. Prof. Dr. Semih Barlas said that classical surgeries, which aim to remove the vein that missed the valves (with venous insufficiency) under general anesthesia or to be tied in place, are left behind, causing very long recovery periods. Prof. Dr. Barlas told…

"What causes varicose veins? What are the symptoms and treatment methods of varicose veins?"

Hepatitis disease poses a risk for esophageal varicose veins!

Tuesday, March 23, 2021 – 15:33 | Last Updated: 23 03 2021 – 15:33 Although most of us know varicose veins as formations in the legs, varicose veins can also occur in the esophagus due to reasons mostly originating from the liver. Noting that esophagus varices will not be seen in people with healthy liver, Gastroenterology Specialist Prof. Dr. Meltem Ergün warned about the risk factors that make up the disease. Ergün stated that cirrhosis…

"Hepatitis disease poses a risk for esophageal varicose veins!"

Capillary varicose veins treatment should be gradual

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 treatment should be gradual"