Phlebectomy refers to a surgical procedure involving the removal of the varicose veins. It is usually done through multiple very small incisions and can be performed under local anesthesia. It should not be performed as a free-standing procedure. Only after superficial venous insufficiency is eliminated, phlebectomy might be necessary to remove residual varicosities when necessary.

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