At The Cardiovascular Care Group and Vein Institute of New Jersey we care about education and transparency. It has been a proud tradition of ours since our founding in 1963, to ensure sound medical advice and treatments as well as a new outlook on life.
We’ve all heard of varicose veins. We’ve all heard of spider veins. But, when we tell a patient here at the Vein Institute of New Jersey that the unsightly blue line on their leg or thigh is a reticular vein, we get more than a few quizzical looks.
Spider veins are one of the conditions that often brings patients to the Vein Institute of New Jersey. This vein condition gets its name from the characteristic web-like structure of dilated venules that give the skin a flushed appearance.
Microphlebectomy, the medical term for the removal of large or medium-sized protruding varicose veins is a procedure that can work for you. But, it requires a trained physician to evaluate if this is the right treatment to undertake.
Learn how it's used and why ... What is Foam Sclerotherapy and how does it differ from the Sclerotherapy we have talked about previously? This post will answer those questions and help shed light on vein treatment options available for you at the Vein Institute of New Jersey.
Vein stripping is an abrasive name for a surgical procedure, often performed in the hospital or an outpatient center, to remove large varicose veins from the legs and thighs. It is a treatment selected for venous insufficiency, when there is a problem with the blood flow. It can also be employed for leg ulcers,[…]