Vascular Surgeons use the most cutting edge technologies to identify and treat all varieties of venous diseases. You may obtain expert care that is organised, practical, and close to you.
What are venous disorders?
Conditions known as venous diseases harm your veins. The blood vessels known as veins are responsible for returning your organs' and tissues' deoxygenated blood to your heart. In contrast, arteries help your heart deliver oxygen-rich blood to your organs and tissues.
Venous diseases come in a wide variety of forms and have a wide range of potential causes. Among the more widespread disorders are:
Clots of blood
Chronic venous failure
Phlebitis Deep vein thrombosis
Spider veins and varicose veins
Venous disorder symptoms
The type of venous problem you have, may affect your symptoms differently. Typical signs that you can experience include:
Leg skin that is burning, itching, or has changed colour
leg pain, vein pain, or inflammation
Leg wounds that take a while to heal
Spider veins and varicose veins
Venous disorder diagnosis
To determine how well your blood is flowing through your veins, we'll start with a thorough physical examination and might also request lab and diagnostic testing for you. Carry out tests like:
X-rays, CT scans, and MRIs are examples of radiographic imaging. Ultrasound, which employs sound waves to detect blood clots and monitor leg blood flow, is another.
Venous disorder treatment
These alternatives can range from making lifestyle modifications like wearing compression stockings to the most recent minimally invasive procedures or surgery, depending on your disease and the severity of your symptoms.
We might advise:
prescription drugs to treat and prevent vein clots
socks or compression treatments
Stenting or angioplasty to unblock or widen veins
Sclerotherapy is a procedure in which doctor inject a solution into veins to cause them to swell and eventually vanish.
Vein stripping and ligation to tie off and eliminate damaged veins
In order to prevent blood clots from reaching your heart, a device can be placed inside your vein called a vena cava filter.
Vascular specialists who are empathetic and experienced provide both surgical and nonsurgical treatment for venous illness. The patient's medical condition and diagnosis will affect the course of treatment.
We might also advise:
Treatments for varicose veins include sclerotherapy, ambulatory phlebectomy, and radiofrequency ablation.
The compression method
Adapting your lifestyle to treat chronic venous insufficiency
proximal DVT percutaneous mechanical lysis to dissolve the clot
Stenting the iliac vein
Risk Factors for Venous Disease
Risk factors for venous disease include:
An inheritance of venous illness
Background of blood clots
Varicose veins are likely to get larger and get worse if they are not addressed. The signs and symptoms will worsen as a result. This may lead to additional health issues. These include severe venous insufficiency, which delays the flow of blood back to the heart by severely pooling blood in the veins. This could result in the problem getting worse, which could bring on deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism.
skin lesions or sores, persistent itchiness, swelling, and uncomfortable rashes on the legs.