January 2024

What Is Sclerotherapy and What Does the Process Involve?

If you have large varicose veins or thin superficial spider veins, you may want to consider having sclerotherapy. During this minimally invasive procedure, your Vascular Institute of Virginia doctor can use a solution to eliminate unsightly veins. Your doctor performs this procedure in the office, and it only takes about an hour. Sclerotherapy Treats Varicose and Spider […]

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Peripheral Vascular Disease: What You Should Know

Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) is a slow and progressive disorder of the blood circulatory system in the human body. PDV usually results from plaque or fatty deposits building up inside the lining of blood vessels, which causes the blood vessels to narrow. Here is what you should know about this disease that affects more than 8.5 million

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