Sclerotherapy

Sclerotherapy is a form of treatment where a doctor injects medicine into blood or lymph vessels that causes them to shrink. It is commonly used to treat varicose veins or so-called spider veins. The procedure is non-surgical; it can be done by using an injection. It can also be used to treat blood and lymph vessel disorders that cause these vessels to form incorrectly. It uses an irritating solution 'sclerosant', which is injected directly into a vein or lymph vessel. This solution irritates the vessel, causing it to swell. This swelling cut off the flow of blood or lymphatic fluid and shortly the vessel shrinks.

  • Laser therapy, using light to fade the veins
  • Vein ablation, using heat on a malformed vein
  • Closing the vein with surgery
  • Surgically removing the veins in severe cases

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