Complications

Despite common belief, it is impossible to develop gangrene due to venous insufficiency: it is a complication of peripheral arterial atherosclerosis. Another common misconception related to venous conditions of lower extremities is confusion between thrombophlebitis of superficial veins and deep vein thrombosis. The former one is a complication of superficial venous insufficiency and often unpleasant, but never a dangerous condition. The latter is an independent disease, not related to the prior one, with the potential to cause, so-called, "pulmonary embolism": the throwing of blood clots into the circulation system of the lungs.

New York Vein Treatment Center helped thousands of patients in the New York area suffering from various complications of vein disease. If you suspect that you experience any of the vein disease symptoms or suffer from any of the complications of vein disease – contact New York Vein Treatment Center today or click on the button below and we will get in touch with you within 24 hours.

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