Varixes (Lat.: Varizen)
Changes in the blood vessels, especially in the lower part of the body, caused by blood stasis. Causes for this blood stasis in the veins often area a lack of exercise or long periods of standing. Besides an esthetically bothersome finding, varixes and their consecutive consequences can be very painful. Blood clots, that can plug the blood vessels (so called embolism), can develop easily.
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Videoscopy is a supplemental method of skin cancer screening. In this connection, birthmarks are microscopically enlarged by means of reflected light, photo-documented with a special camera and archived. Possible changes can be detected early and treated appropriately in the course of follow-up examinations.
Vitiligo or White Spot Illness
… is a disturbance of the pigment cells of the skin. On this occasion, unpigmented, white skin spots appear. A healing is not possible but these disturbances can be minimised with different therapies.
The VNUS ClosureFast™ procedure with varicose veins is a minimally invasive alternative to conventional vein stripping.
While doing so, the high-frequency closure catheter is inserted into the morbid vein under ultrasonic control and transfers heat to the wall of the vein.
As a result, this shrinks and the vein closes. Blood can be diverted into other, healthy veins.