On this page of our site information is provided that can be useful and interesting not only to residents of Moscow and the Moscow region, but also to other cities and regions of Russia. In the section “Interesting articles” you can find answers to important questions about phlebology, such as science, diagnosis and treatment of venous diseases, and even common misconceptions common in the medical environment. Interesting, informative articles and materials allow you to better navigate in the rapidly changing world of phlebological science, modern methods of diagnosis and treatment of varicose veins.
With a lack of understanding of the key points in the question: what is the difference between a phlebologist and a vascular surgeon, numerous mistakes are associated with finding the right doctor. For a better understanding, it is necessary to understand each of these areas in modern medicine.
Modern methods of treating varicose veins, which are used in our center, are the most advanced in the world. For more than 10 years we have not used classical phlebectomy under general anesthesia. You can read more about innovative techniques in this article.
Varicose veins of the lower extremities are unpleasant in themselves: the unsightly-looking varicose nodes have not yet raised self-esteem for anyone. Therefore, you do not need to check on your own life what will happen if you do not treat varicose veins, but consult a phlebologist in a timely manner.
The safety of laser coagulation of the veins of the lower extremities does not raise questions among professionals who practice this endovascular technique. A modern phlebologist is trying new technologies for treating varicose veins. But endovenous laser coagulation of the veins of the lower extremities remains the best in terms of safety and efficiency.
Ultrasound for varicose veins is the main research method for the correct diagnosis and treatment. It is impossible to imagine work in a modern phlebological center without ultrasound of veins. However, the technique is operator-dependent, and the phlebologist requires not only full knowledge of the venous system of the lower extremities, but also the correct interpretation of what is seen during ultrasound scanning.
Prevention of varicose veins of the legs (lower extremities) allows you to avoid the early development of symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency and live a full life. Despite this, few people are engaged in the prevention of varicose veins.
What are the prohibitions for varicose veins of the legs (lower extremities)? What can and cannot be done with the onset of the disease, and what is generally prohibited with varicose veins. You will learn about all this from this article.