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Treatments

Chronic venous diseases have many various causes, symptoms and may not be easily treated. Varicose vein has comparatively long history of progression and does not directly effect life of patient. Application of treatment is considered from cosmetic viewpoint if there are symptoms such as pain and tiredness of lower limbs, or occurrence of complications of stoppage in blood flow such as accumulation of pigments, venous creeping and ulcer.Application of treatment is considered from cosmetic viewpoint if there are symptoms such as pain and tiredness of lower limbs, or occurrence of complications of stoppage in blood flow such as accumulation of pigments, venous creeping and ulcer.

Principle of treatment includes accurate diagnosing of the location at which backflow begins and treating the location. Causes, symptoms and severity of varix vary widely and as such it is important to appropriately choosing various treatment method and apply in combination in consideration of the characteristics of the patient. Following treatment methods do not require patients to be hospitalized, enabling completion of the treatment on the same day.

Treatment methods can be divided largely into temporary therapy, surgical therapy and intravenous sclerotherapy. Temporary therapy includes avoiding of sitting or standing for prolonged period of time, walking frequently, frequently raise leg above the thoracic region to lessen the pressure in vein. In addition, wear resilient compression stocking when not resting.