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Varicose Veins: Summary

by Joseph Alpert, MD
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    00:00 In summary then to remind you: deep venous thrombosis is a potentially very dangerous and even fatal illness, particularly when it causes pulmonary embolism.

    00:11 It’s often asymptomatic. So you may not pick it up in very sick patients.

    00:19 There is effective therapy for both diseases available.

    00:22 Varicose veins, particularly the superficial ones, are very common. They’re often a cosmetic problem when they’re not symptomatic. And, if they become symptomatic, then there’s also excellent surgical and sclerosing therapy for these veins: sclerosing therapy for smaller veins, surgical therapy for larger varicose veins.


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    The lecture Varicose Veins: Summary by Joseph Alpert, MD is from the course Venous Diseases.


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    1. Appear as a cosmetic problem.
    2. Increase the risk of associated diseases.
    3. Provide medium for microbial infections.
    4. Increase the risk of deep venous thrombosis.
    5. Increase the risk of pulmonary embolism.

    Author of lecture Varicose Veins: Summary

     Joseph Alpert, MD

    Joseph Alpert, MD


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