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Veins In The Lower Leg
Depends on details: Vein bypasses with greater saphenous vein of high quality have generally good success. But this depends on details. You must combine a high quality operation with good wound care, especially in patients with diabetic wounds. Without good wound care and optimal medical management, some patients can still lose their leg even with an "open" bypass. ...Read more
i burned my foot 6 days ago. Now it looks better, but when i try to walk, veins on my lower leg and foot get swollen and i fell pain? Thanks
I have never been to a foot doc in my life. My co-worker is diabetic and she said her foot doc took blood out of a vein in her lower leg, what is this for?
Will i develop varicose veins in my lower leg from rigorous.I injured both my femoral vein and artery and had graft repair and a end to end ?
See your doctor: Varicose veins can be treated -- in addition to compression socks, minimally invasive techniques exist including laser, sclerotherapy, and micro-phlebectomy. These are office based procedures. In my practice, i see and evaluate every patient personally and perform an ultrasound on the spot. The options are carefully explained to you and i devise a treatment plan we are both happy with. ...Read more
Im a 26year old male. I weigh 600lbs. I have veins in my lower legs that randomly have a pin hole size spray of blood that is hard to stop & lasts ?
Help you: Hi, thanks for your question. Do you have a family physician or a weight loss physician?What you are probably experiencing is leg edema spurred on by leg vein insufficiency--the pressure needed to return blood flow back to your lungs to get oxygen. There is so much pressure in your legs that can leak clear or bloody colored fluid. Please keep your legs elevated, decr. Salt see your physician asap. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The : The peroneal vein is one of several veins in the lower leg that are collectively referred to as "deep veins." clots can form in these veins in a variety of circumstances, including prolonged bedrest, long airline flights, trauma, or exposure to agents like birth control pills. Some people are at risk for clots because of abnormalities in their blood. If you have peroneal clots, you should be evaluated for a clotting disorder and it may be appropriate for you to take some blood thinning agents. These are issues that you should definitely discuss with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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