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How is Stenosis Confirmed on Duplex Ultrasound?

A Duplex ultrasound/ultrasonography is one of the most delicate, detailed, and correct forms of identifying stenosis. The ultrasound is done to detect, focus on and gauge stenosis. It is known as a carotid ultrasound which also involves a Doppler ultrasound. It is a...

What is a Duplex Color-Flow Ultrasound?

Duplex ultrasound helps study the blood flow in your arms and legs’ major veins and arteries. It includes high-pitched sound impressions to measure the speed of your blood flow and assembly of the arm and leg veins. Let’s get into more elaborated details on a duplex...

What to Avoid After Sclerotherapy Procedure

Post Sclerotherapy Procedure Tips Sclerotherapy is a procedure that’s used to treat varicose veins and spider veins. It’s a minimally invasive, non-surgical treatment that uses a drug called sclerosant to destroy the vein walls. The sclerosant makes them...

How Long Does Sclerotherapy Last?

Sclerotherapy is a treatment for varicose veins. It’s different from laser treatments in that sclerotherapy uses a chemical solution to stop blood flow to the vein wall, causing it to collapse and disappear. The procedure can be done in one visit or over multiple...

What are Peripheral Aneurysm Symptoms?

Peripheral Aneurysm Symptoms A peripheral aneurysm is a bulging or ballooning of the blood vessel that occurs in the neck, arm, or leg. It can be caused by years of high blood pressure or other conditions. Peripheral aneurysms are generally painless, but they may...