Venous Reflux (“insufficiency”)
Venous reflux is caused by pooling of blood in the legs under pressure due to venous valves that do not work correctly. Over time, this can cause leg pain, swelling, discoloration (darkening of the skin), ulcers (sores), scarring of the skin, and even bleeding. This condition can identified in our state-of-the-art vascular lab using venous duplex ultrasound. The vascular specialists at VINJ will recommend one of a variety of minimally invasive treatments.
See and listen to Dr. Michael Ombrellino as he defines Venous Insufficiency.
Dr. Michael Ombrellino on Venous Insufficiency
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