Varicose veins are dilated superficial veins of the lower extremities. Usually no cause is obvious. Varicose veins are typically asymptomatic, but the feeling of swelling, the pressure of pain or hyperesthesia can cause in the legs. The diagnosis is made because of the physical examination. The treatment may consist of compression, wound care, sclerotherapy and surgery.

Varicose veins can occur with chronic venous insufficiency alone or together.

Varicose veins are dilated superficial veins of the lower extremities. Usually no cause is obvious. Varicose veins are typically asymptomatic, but the feeling of swelling, the pressure of pain or hyperesthesia can cause in the legs. The diagnosis is made because of the physical examination. The treatment may consist of compression, wound care, sclerotherapy and surgery. Varicose veins can occur with chronic venous insufficiency alone or together. Etiology The etiology is not usually known, but a varicosis may arise due to a structural compliance by a primary deficiency of the venous valves with reflux or by a primary dilation of the vein wall. In some people, varicose veins caused by chronic venous insufficiency and venous hypertension. Most people have no obvious risk factors. Varicose veins often occur in families on, suggesting a genetic component. Varicose veins are more common in women because estrogen changes the venous structures or is increased by pregnancy, the venous pressure in the pelvic and leg area, or both. Rarely has a varicose veins is a symptom of the Klippel-Trenaunay-Weber syndrome, which is characterized by congenital arteriovenous fistulas and diffuse cutaneous capillary angioma. Symptoms and complaints Varicose veins may initially tense and palpable, but are not necessarily visible. Later, they can increasingly larger, bulge and become visible; they can get a sense of fullness, fatigue, pressure and superficial pain or hyperesthesia cause in the legs. Varicose veins are visible mostly when the patient is standing. For unknown reasons, a stasis and venous stasis ulcers are rare. When skin lesions occur (eg. B. induration, pigmentation and eczema), they typically involve the medial ankle. Ulcers can develop after the slightest injury to the affected regions, they are usually small, superficial and painful. Varicose veins thrombose occasionally, resulting in pain. Superficial varicose veins may cause venous thin skin bubbles may burst after minimal trauma and bleeding. Very rare such bleeding is fatal if it develops unnoticed during sleep. Tips and risks varicose veins often leads to stasis or stasis, but ulceration may develop through minor injuries in the affected areas. Varicosis St Bartholomew’s Hospital / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY var model = {thumbnailUrl ‘/-/media/manual/professional/images/c0235714-varicose-veins-science-photo-library-high_de.jpg?la=de&thn=0&mw=350’ , imageUrl: ‘/-/media/manual/professional/images/c0235714-varicose-veins-science-photo-library-high_de.jpg?la=de&thn=0’, title: ‘varicose veins’, description:’ u003Ca id = “v38395910 ” class = “”anchor “” u003e u003c / a u003e u003cdiv class = “”para “” u003e u003cp u003eKrampfadern are swollen

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