How to Diagnose Varicose Veins?

How to Diagnose Varicose Veins? As with other diseases, so with varicose diseases, early diagnosis and treatment are of great importance. The treatment of patients with varicose diseases who applied to the doctor at an early stage is less troublesome for the patients themselves and with minimal costs. When dealing with varicose diseases, first of all the patient is questioned in detail to determine the causes of the disease. Then get preliminary data of the venous map of the lower extremities regarding the localization of varicose formations and the definition of type classification. With accurate determination of venous circulation
Color Doppler Ultrasound
special maneuvers. Pathological changes that cause venous disease are presented and treatment strategy is planned for these reasons.

The scale of determining the degree of venous failure (reflux), which we have referred to as grading, is intended to create a common language between imaging radiologists and vascular surgeons and to plan treatment recommendations according to this scale.

Grade 1:
Normal Valve Functions: The reflux time is less than 0.5 seconds. Venous valves close quickly.

Grade 2:
Medium Leak: Reflux time is 0.5-1 seconds. There is a light and moderately retracting current.

Grade 3:
Significant Leak: Reflux duration is more than 1 second. There is a significant amount of blood flow back.

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