Liquidation Of Perforant Veins

Between the deep venous system and the superficial venous system, there is a varying number of connections from person to person across the entire leg. In the expansion of these veins called perfusion veins, deep vein to the superficial system (reflux-insufficiency) occurs. The superficial system, with the effect of this blood pressure, also expands and creates varicose veins. Varicose veins (venous ulcers) may develop on the inner sides of the ankle, especially in the presence of an overly widened perforating vein at the knee. In the treatment, these connection veins are connected from small incisions; The pressure in the superficial system drops and the venous wounds begin to heal rapidly.

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