Case Study 9.12.18

Case 25: Bulging Varicose Veins

Prominent varicosities from proximal thigh extending down to calf and ankle. The varicosities, originated from incompetent great saphenous vein (GSV).

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Case Study 8.8.18 2

Painful, Bulging Varicose Veins, Secondary to Incompetent GSV, Successfully Treated With Endovenous Laser Ablation

A forty-five-year-old lady who suffered from progressive painful varicose vein with accompanied leg heaviness and swelling upon standing or walking limiting activities of daily living, despite long term use of compression stockings.

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Case Study 6.27.18

Case of Painful, Bulging Varicose Veins, Secondary to Incompetent GSV, Successfully Treated With Endovenous Laser Ablation

Figure 1. Pre EVLT: Prominent varicosities from his calf extending up to distal thigh. The branch varicosities (figure 1a) originated from incompetent GSV (Great Saphenous Vein) (figure 1b).

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Case Study 6.20.18

Case of Varicosities In A Young Female: A Mid-40s Home Attendant Who Suffered from Painful Varicose Veins with Associated Leg swelling and Heaviness

A 46-year old non-smoker female without significant medical history, presented with painful varicose veins of left leg since the age of 20s when she had a first pregnancy.

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Heart Vein NYC Case Study

Case of Bulging Varicose Vein

A twenty-four-year-old lady who suffered from progressively worsening painful varicose veins, leg cramping, and swelling was treated with Endovenous laser ablation by Heart Vein NYC team.

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Heart Vein NYC Case Study

Superficial Phlebitis: Woman Suffering from Varicose Veins and Phlebitis Treated with Endovenous Ablation.

This is a 55-year-old female who suffered from painful varicose veins and inflammation in her legs for many years. On our initial exam, patient experienced severe tenderness and warmth with bulging varicose veins.

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Heart Vein NYC Case Study

Case Study of Extreme Varicose Veins

As noted in the before image (left), varicose veins were engorged to the size of an apple and surrounded by hyperpigmented skin (hyperpigmentation: brownish discoloration...

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Heart Vein NYC Case Study 4

Case Study: Non-Healing, Recurrent Venous Stasis Ulcer With Chronic Lipodermatosclerosis

Venous stasis ulcers with a combination of hyperpigmentation, lipodermatosclerosis, eczematous dermatitis, subcutaneous edema and varicose veins.

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