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Ultrasound Guided Injections

Venous disorders can be classified into truncal or collateral – the former involves the major veins of the legs (the Greater Saphenous and Short Saphenous) and the latter the connecting veins throughout the legs (there are about 150 in each leg). When the connecting veins become diseased the Phlebologist can either cut them to stop them from refluxing (blood going the wrong way) or using Ultrasound, guide a needle directly into the vein and insert some solution or foam which will stop the vein from refluxing. I have performed in excess of 100,000 of these without any major complications.

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