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What is this condition? This patient has severe stasis dermatitis at the ankle. This condition could lead to venous ulcers and wounds. These wounds are extremely painful and difficult to heal. They will recur after it heals, unless the underlying venous disease is corrected.

Symptoms of the condition typically are throbbing pain, ankle swelling, puffiness, tingling, numbness, tiredness and heaviness, especially at the end of the day. This condition is dangerous and could cause serious disability. Patients should seek treatment as soon as any of these symptoms are present the leg. Foot and ankle skin shows any discoloration or visible veins.

What is the suggested method of treatment will be for the condition? Treatment varies according to what is found on non-invasive evaluation. For most patients with abnormal flow patterns or valvular dysfunction an ablation could be beneficial.

Note: more 'after' photos coming to our website soon!

What is the condition? This patient has severe brownish discoloration due to stasis dermatitis at the medial ankle. Unforunately, patients seek treatment when it is too late. Some of these changes are reversible after treatment. This condition could lead to venous ulcers and wounds. These wounds are extremely painful and difficult to heal. They will recur after it heals, unless the underlying venous disease is corrected. In some cases this severe skin damage has improved after minimally invasive ambulatory treatment.

What are the symptoms of the condition? Symptoms of the condition typically are throbbing pain, ankle swelling, puffiness, tingling, numbness, tiredness and heaviness, especially at the end of the day. This condition is dangerous and could cause serious disability.

What is the suggested method for the condition? Treatment varies according to what is found on non-invasive evaluation. For most patients with abnormal flow patterns or valvular dysfunction an ablation could be beneficial.

When should a patient seek treatment? Patients should seek treatment as soon as any of these symptoms are present in the leg, foot and ankle skin shows any discoloration or visible veins.

Note: more 'after' photos coming to our website soon!

What is this condition? Large bulging varicose vein of the leg due to venous insufficiency.

What are the symptoms of the condition and when should a patient seek treatment? Symptoms of the condition typically are throbbing pain, ankle swelling, puffiness, tingling, numbness, tiredness and heaviness, especially at the end of the day. This condition is dangerous and could cause serious disability. Usually, these bulging veins can become very tender and painful over time.

What is the suggested method of treatment for the condition? Most patient will require minimally invasive ambulatory treatment with venous ablations.

Note: more 'after' photos coming soon.

What is this condition? This patient has a venous ulcer present for over 27 years! He has failed all treatments elsewhere. Presently, this wound is healing after multiple venous interventions.

After photos to come!

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