Posts in the ‘Venous Insufficiency’ Category

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How do I know if I have vein disease?

When your legs begin to ache or show weird previously non presented symptoms you may not know what to think or automatically jump to vein disease. This leads many people to ignore what they feel in hoping it will magically go away. If indeed it is the onset of vein issues, it will not just

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The Hidden Dangers of Varicose Veins

While on the surface varicose veins may seem like a cosmetic issue the truth is they are a visual warning sign that something is medically wrong. Varicose veins should be checked by a Vein Specialist at the start when they begin to present. The sooner you can get them treated, the less they will spread

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Leg Ulcerations in Diabetic Patients

Those who are diabetic need to pay particular attention to their vein health. While venous insufficiency is only one of three causes (the other two being peripheral neuropathy and peripheral arterial occlusive disease) it is a leading reason ulcers begin to form in patients who have diabetes. It’s a fact that nearly one-third of diabetic

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Symptoms of Varicose Vein and Venous Insufficiency

Varicose veins are often thought of as a visual nuisance. They are considered unattractive and most who present symptoms of venous insufficiency will do their very best to dress accordingly to hide them. They are thought of in this manner primarily because, in the majority of cases, there may be no pain. To most people,

Tampa Vein Specialists

No one needs to suffer from untreated varicose vein disease anymore. In addition, with today's favorable insurance coverage, the procedures are even more accessible. If you have a vein problem, you need Dr. Zuzga and West Florida Vein Center!

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