Vessels And Teats On LegsTreatment 

Vessels And Teats On Legs

Vessels on the legs are common and range from thick winding veins, so-called spatads, to small superficial vascular vessels.

The smaller, more superficial vials I treat with the Nd: YAG laser. This is often the last step of a treatment process.

Before the client comes to me for the treatment of superficial vasculature on the legs, it is very important to know if there are no defects, the actual cause of hypothalamus, in the leg vessels. Otherwise it will open the crane with the crane.

Often, the feeling of restless, heavy or tired legs indicates that more is happening. This is easy to investigate

The vascular examination

The vascular examination is usually done by a doctor or vascular laboratory. This shows how the flow direction of the blood is and how the valves function.

A special echo device is being used to make a duplex scan for the blood vessels in the legs. This scan allows space attempts to be located accurately and the nature of the problem can be detected.

Depending on the problem and severity, defects in the leg vessels are treated, operatively by the vascular surgeon or with sclerocompression therapy. The latter is a method of injecting the vials with a liquid. The fluid allows the blood to solidify and the vascular walls adhere.

Laser treatment

The thinner blue or red vessels are usually too small to inject. These vats lying beneath the surface of the skin are often still connected to the deeper larger vessels but because they do not contribute to the transport of blood to the heart they are not functional.
This allows them to be treated well with laser. I use the Nd: YAG laser that is very suitable for this. This laser delivers light pulses with a very high energy intensity. The energy is absorbed by the superficial vessels, but not through the surrounding skin. The heat will break the blood vessels, after which the body cleans the damage itself.

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