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Per doppler I & doc knew per doppler right leg vein no good still he removed vein of right leg during bypass surgery & found it no good. doctor error?
This is not...: ...a question that can be answered on Health Tap's Q & A feature. But your concern is understandable. Please get a second opinion from a doctor who is NOT associated with the physician who performed your surgery. I truly hope all eventually goes well with you. Dr. Anne. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I took and ultra sound and a doppler on my vein no dvt, however my legs still hurt from my left hip down to my calf. even when i sneeze?
See Family Doc: Pain down the leg may be a nerve problem in the back such as sciatica. Sometimes coughing can make this worse as stated in this reference about sciatica : "In most people, the pain is made worse by sneezing, coughing, laughing, or a hard bowel movement." http://www.emedicinehealth.com/sciatica/page3_em.htm ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After doppler scan result varicose veins both lower limbs greater saphenous system due to incompetence of perforators of bilateral knee no thrombosis
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I've vericose veins & adv to have doppler venous bilateral lower limb. What for its adviced? With vv can i brisk walk for abt 1km daily to lose wt?Thx
Depends: You can walk and it would bs helpful if your varicoaw.veina bother you. A dopple.is the first Step in dwcidong treatment however if they are not bothersome then.support stockings may be all you.need for.now No reason.for.doppler.unless you are.considering treatment of ths veins ...Read more
It is safe to remove normal blue veins on legs. I have lots you can see the network. I have had a Doppler ultrasound and apparently do not have reflux?
Right sided venous tos with dvt. Visible veins on left shoulder and armpit area.Doppler didn't show any obstruction on the left side.Can it be trusted?
See below: Ultrasound doppler is the classic test to diagnose dvt. If this gets worse would repeat an ultrasound or see a vascular specialist. ...Read more