varicosity


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varicosity

[‚var·ə′käs·əd·ē]
(anatomy)
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Varicosity Predisposes to a Positive Correlation between a Serum Level of Proinflammatory Agents and Calendar Aging.
Multiplanar reformations and volume rendering provide both an assessment of venous compression and overall varicosity distribution.
Any condition that puts excessive pressure on the legs or abdomen can lead to varicosity.
The ELVES treatment uses the Ceralas laser, through a small catheter, to seal the vein and eliminate the varicosity.
Remember, it's stretched veins that lead to varicosity, so it's important to be able to restore them to their former size.
In no time at all, the beautiful people had revived the eighteenth-century fashion of powdering their hair white and were besieging their plastic surgeons with demans for face-drops and varicosity implants.
Duplication of GSV is one of the potential reasons behind recurrence of varicosity after successful surgery.
Round ligament varicosity (RLV) is rare and almost all cases are pregnant women.
The complications of sclerotherapy may be minimised using techniques such as microthrombectomy, using multiple small incisions directly over the thrombosed varicosity to extrude the thrombus.