Chronic venous insufficiency is a common problem in the U.S., affecting approximately 5% of the general population. It is estimated that ½ million patients suffer from ulceration of the lower extremity as a result of longstanding venous disease.
SPIDER & VARICOSE VEINS
Many people inherit vein disorders. The incidence is higher in women than men. In the United States, nearly 50 percent of the adult population suffers from painful and unsightly vein diseases. The most common forms being spider and varicose veins.
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