Vein disorders vary in severity, ranging from severe chronic venous insufficiency
with venous ulcerations, to mild varicose veins, to small reticular veins,
to tiny spider veins. Accordingly, the treatment for vein disorders differs
from patient to patient, depending on the severity and stage of the vein
condition. Below is a general outline of how vein disorders develop and
how various vein conditions are usually treated. Of course, your treatment
will vary with the severity and extent of your vein condition.
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