ClosureFast Thermal Vein Closure
ClosureFast thermal vein closure applies radiofrequency energy within the diseased vein, causing the walls of the diseased vein to narrow and seal shut. Upon vein closure, blood is rerouted through nearby healthy veins.
The VenaSeal system eliminates problem veins by delivering a small amount of specially formulated medical adhesive (glue) inside the diseased vein. The adhesive seals the vein shut and blood is rerouted through nearby healthy veins.
Sclerotherapy Spider Vein Injections
Sclerotherapy injections are used to treat smaller veins and branches of large veins, such as spider veins and reticular veins. Sclerotherapy involves the injection of a sclerosant agent into problem veins, which causes a chain of biological reactions that eliminate the problem veins.
Ultrasound-Guided Foam Sclerotherapy
Ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy (UGFS), sometimes called 'chemical ablation,' is a varicose vein treatment that uses a foam-loaded sclerosant to damage the inner lining of the vein, causing the vein to collapse.
Microphlebectomy is a technique in which very small incisions are made in the skin and varicose veins are removed. Microphlebectomy or sclerotherapy may be used to eliminate smaller veins after closure of large veins.
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