Vein Disorders

PHLEBOLYMPHEDEMA - TAKE WATER IN YOUR VEINS SERIOUSLY

Phlebolymphedema is a disease where this excess fluid accumulates in the tissue around the blood vessels in the legs, ankles and feet. A patient suffering from this condition experiences significant swelling in these areas.

SPIDER VEINS

Spider veins are red or purple in color and generally appear on the legs, neck or behind the knee. They tend to be in web-like clusters and have no symptoms aside from their appearance.

CHRONIC VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY (CVI) - CAUSES, DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT

Weakness in the venous valves results in the backflow of blood and accumulation of fluid in the legs. This results in a patient developing Chronic Venous Insufficiency or CVI.

VARICOSE VEINS

Varicose veins are the result of a medical condition called Chronic Venous Insufficiency, or CVI. The impacted veins are swollen, enlarged and twisted with a blue or purple appearance. 

DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS (DVT)

Blood plays a vital role in transporting oxygen and nutrients to different parts of the body. Some patients can develop a tendency to form clots (thrombosis) in the veins. Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) occurs most commonly in the leg and can constrict or even close the blood vessels completely.