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Our veins are blood vessels sent by the arteries to feed the tissues and organs, losing their oxygen and returning to the heart. There are two veins in the leg, deep and superficial, and the most important feature of these veins is that they have valves that prevent the escape of the blood. The response to exercise differs in these people.
Various plants and methods have been used for thousands of years in the treatment of diseases until the development of modern medicine. Leech is used today in the treatment of a wide variety of diseases as in the past. Breeding farms were established to produce these. These leeches are used in modern health units in the treatment of many diseases.
Restless leg syndrome is a disease that forces the legs to move, characterized by pain, burning, crumbling, numbness, tingling, feeling of electricity, itching and burning. Symptoms develop during night sleep or during inactivity or rest during the day. The need to constantly move the legs seriously impairs sleep quality and adversely affects daily life.
Livedo is for reticularis. It is a vasculopathy with a blue and red-like appearance on the body, on the legs, on the legs, and the skin. Livedo begins with a spasm after a cold or emotional stimulation in the reticularist, and tissue oxygen pressure decreases. In cases of prolonged spasm, microvascular thrombosis develops.
Baker cyst is a mass containing joint fluid located behind the leg (popliteal fossa). There is intra-articular synovial fluid in the knee joint, which eliminates friction. Synovial joint fluid production increases due to problems such as joint inflammation, calcification (gonoarthrosis), trauma, meniscus or cartilage rupture.
The clean blood that our arteries take to tissues and organs is returned to the heart with veins (venous). There are two vein systems in the leg, superficial and deep. The deep vein system carries 90% of the rotating blood. These veins contain valves that prevent blood from escaping only, which ensures the flow of blood to the heart. Venous insufficiency is called when these valves reclaim blood.
Pıhtı oluşumu ve yıkımı arasındaki normal denge, anormal pıhtı oluşumuna yol açan belirli genetik veya kazanılmış kusurların varlığı ile değişebilir. Pıhtı oluşumu ve yıkımı süreçlerinin patolojik olma nedenleri kan damarı hasarı, venöz staz (vendeki kanın hareketsiz kalması) ve pıhtılaşma bozukluklarının dahil olduğu anormal pıhtı oluşumu ile ilgilidir.
Varicose veins constitute an important health problem affecting 25% of men and women in the society. Varicose veins are mainly a problem caused by the abduction of the valves in the vein, in other words, venous insufficiency. The most important causes of venous insufficiency are genetic predisposition, lifestyle that requires long standing, overweight and birth.
Due to venous insufficiency and varicose veins, visual problems, pain in the leg, swelling, cramp, burning in the soles of the feet, restless leg, swelling in the ankle, stiffness and darkening in color or ulcer may develop. In addition to these problems, vein occlusion, which constitutes the most important cause of lung embolism, may develop as a complication of varicose veins and venous insufficiency.
Elimination of varicose veins on the skin by various methods does not provide a solution unless venous insufficiency is eliminated. These varicose veins recur in a very short time. Therefore, the indispensable treatment of varicose veins is to eliminate the leakage (venous insufficiency) causing varicose veins with various methods with Doppler ultrasound.
Today, laser / Radiofrekenas (RF) treatment and adhesive treatment are the most common methods used in the treatment of leaks that cause varicose veins or varicose veins. Laser / RF and adhesive treatments are very satisfying procedures applied with local anesthesia, and success rates are very high.
After the leak is eliminated with endovenous methods, large and small scale varicose veins are left, which cause visual problems. Large diameter varicose veins are removed from the small incisions 1-2mm in diameter without pain and scar by applying micro-surgery in the same session. Foam sclerotherapy or superficial laser / RF treatments are applied to small capillaries.
An important group of patients applies only for capillary varicose veins without complaints. In these patients, Doppler ultrasound should be performed before foam treatment to determine whether these capillary varices are also caused by a leak. Otherwise, the capillaries will recur in a short time with an increased incidence.
As a result, success in the treatment of varicose veins primarily involves making the correct diagnosis and applying the appropriate treatment methods. In treatment, methods such as laser / RF or adhesive, micro-surgery and foam should be combined.
The success of the treatment should not be limited to the method known only by the doctor .......
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