Spider Vein Treatment
The most common spider vein treatment involves the injection of a solution into each affected vein, causing the vein to collapse and fade over time.
What words should I know about spider vein treatment?
Veins that resemble tiny, branch-like shapes in a cartwheel pattern, often seen on the outer thigh.
Spider vein treatment in which the vessels are cauterized.
An intense beam of light passed over the leg to eliminate spider veins.
An intense beam of light directed at the spider vein, which obliterates it through the skin.
Larger, darker leg veins that tend to bulge slightly, but are not severe enough to require surgical treatment.
Sclerosing solution injected into a vein, causing it to collapse and fade from view.
Simple linear veins
Veins which appear as thin, separate lines, and are commonly seen on the inner knee or on the face.
A group of veins radiating outward from a dark central point.
Small clusters of red, blue or purple veins that appear in the skin on the thighs, calves and ankles.
Special stockings that compress your legs, typically used for varicose veins and post-surgical conditions.
A device that uses high-frequency sound waves to create images of organs and systems within the body.
Abnormally swollen or dilated veins.