Chronic Venous Insufficiency

Intro:

hronic venous insufficiency (CVI) result from malfunctioning valves throughout the large veins of the legs and can have a significant impact on quality of life.

Symptoms:

Patients suffering from CVI can experience.

Risk Factors:

Risk Factors for developing CVI include:

Diagnosis:

Venous insufficiency can be diagnosed based on a thorough clinical exam and a non-invasive venous ultrasound.

Treatment:

Depending on the extent of the problem, CVI can be managed or treated in a number of ways.

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