Vein disease Large varicose veins

Saphenous veins, tributary and perforating

Doctor, my legs are killing me!

What are large varicose veins?

Large varicose veins are mainly found along the long and short saphenous veins, and their tributaries, as well as on perforator veins.

What are the symptoms of dilated varicose veins?

Some clues need to be considered to detect the presence of varicose veins:

Symptoms:

  • Overall fatigue
  • Heavy legs
  • Swollen ankles and night cramps in the lower limbs

If left untreated, varicose veins can lead to complications such as leg ulcers, phlebitis (blood clots) or hemorrhaging (bleeding).

What is the treatment for dilated varicose veins?

Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy (injections) performed at Dr. Beaupré’s Clinic

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    Large varicose veins

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  • Before and after treatment spider veins Photo veins before treatment Photo veins after treatment

    Large varicose veins

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    Large varicose veins

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