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Re: Removing spider veins via laser by AHarleyGyrl ..... Spider Veins

Date:   8/30/2007 5:05:48 PM ( 15 years ago ago)
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I guess it depends on what kind you have:

Normal veins carry venous blood back to the heart. Inside these veins, one-way valves ensure that blood only travels toward the heart and help equalize the blood pressure along the vein. Faulty veins can lead to a condition of venous insufficiency, which can result in the appearance of enlarged small surface veins (venules) called spider veins.

Typically, spider veins appear to have a diameter of 1 millimeter or less, although their actual diameter may be up to 3 mm under the surface. Small varicose veins are usually pinkish red, whereas larger vessels are blue or purple in color.

Sometimes a cluster of spider veins may appear as a red or purple patch called blushing or matting (telangiectatic matting) , that are often mistaken for bruises. Unlike bruises, however, spider vein mattings do not fade. Another form of spider veins, called an ankle flare is a cluster of spider veins, usually associated with varicose veins, that is located on the inner ankle.

Most spider veins are not symptomatic and are usually only considered a cosmetic problem. Some cases of spider veins - especially those of that develop from deeper "reticular" or feeder veins, however, come with a burning sensation or a dull, throbbing pain.

http://www.venarin.com/spider-veins-treatment/spider-vein-causes.htm

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http://www.venarin.com/spider-veins-treatment/spider-vein-treatment-review.htm


 

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