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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,

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Facial Spider Veins – What You Can Do to Help Prevent Them From Forming

When you hear the word “spider veins” you most likely think of someone’s legs. While the lower leg area is the most prevalent space for them to appear, surprisingly the face is also at risk for the formation of small spider veins. Broken capillaries (spider veins) can appear nearly anywhere on the body. Spider veins

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Understanding & Treating Spider Veins (Telangiectasia)

If you are living with spider veins you don’t care what the clinical term is, you just want them to go away. These tiny blood vessels widen unnaturally causing threadlike reddish or purple patterns in the skin often resembling spider webs, which is how they got their name in the first place. Spider veins are

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Legs Not Retaining Moisture?

Is the skin on your legs ashy? While most people will generally just assume they are not properly hydrated and need to drink more water or use a better moisturizing lotion if found in conjunction with other signs and symptoms it may indicate an underlying venous deficiency. How to tell the difference between dry skin

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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