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Nov 07, 2022 by Cheng SC Vein and Endovascular

Varicose Veins VS Spider Veins: Similarities and Differences

Have you ever noticed obvious, swollen veins on your legs, or small, red and blue veins that resemble branches? They are most likely varicose or spider veins. These two conditions are frequently confused, but they are very different conditions that stem from similar underlying issues. Varicose veins and spider veins are vein conditions that, depending… Read More »

Oct 28, 2022 by Cheng SC Vein and Endovascular

Everything you Need to Know About Endovascular Surgery

Our vascular system is a complex network of vessels that includes our arteries, veins, and capillaries. Also known as the circulatory system, it is responsible for carrying blood and lymph throughout our bodies. When they function healthily, the vessels aid in the transport of oxygen, the removal of waste and damaged cells, as well as… Read More »

Sep 29, 2022 by Cheng SC Vein and Endovascular

A Closer Look at Amputation Prevention for Non-healing Foot Wounds

Foot wounds and ulcers are caused by an injury to the skin and tissues layers. They typically occur in the feet or toes and take a long time to heal. Diabetic patients are more likely to develop foot wounds or ulcers. This is because high blood sugar levels damage nerves, damage the arteries that bring… Read More »

Aug 22, 2022 by Cheng SC Vein and Endovascular

Treatment Deep Dive: Sclerotherapy

Suffering from varicose veins and/or spider veins? You probably have heard of sclerotherapy, a treatment method used to treat issues in the veins.

Aug 10, 2022 by Cheng SC Vein and Endovascular

Understanding the Different Types of Varicose Veins

Weakened vein walls and valves can cause varicose veins to appear on your body. Learn more about the types of varicose veins and their differences here.

Jul 20, 2022 by Cheng SC Vein and Endovascular

Everything you Need to Know About Varicose Veins

  Take a moment to look at your legs. Are there signs of extremely visible, gnarled, blueish or purplish veins that seem to be popping out? If so, you might have varicose veins. While varicose veins may not be considered a serious medical condition, especially if it does not affect your day-to-day life, there is… Read More »