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CMC's Vein Center Treats Venous Diseases

In the United States, more than 50% of the adult population suffers from a type of vein disorder. The most common types are varicose and spider veins, which are superficial and vary in color and appearance. Varicose veins are often enlarged and over time appear ropy under the skin. This enlargement is caused by incompetent or leaking valves known as venous reflux disease, which can also lead o symptoms including pain, swelling, aching in the legs, and skin disorders.

The lower extremity venous system can be divided into the deep venous system and the superficial venous system. Serious discomfort and complications can arise for patients with venous thromboembolism (VTE) of the deep vein system or venous insufficiency of the superficial saphenous vein system. CMC's Vein Center is focused on comprehensively managing these conditions in patients.

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