Ultrasound is performed by a registered vascular technologist who can find precisely where the leakage is occurring. From there, an effective and logical treatment plan can be laid out in order to put an end to the health issue.
Surface veins and deep saphenous veins are both carefully examined with respect to valve function and potential for clotting. This is an outpatient examination. It takes approximately 30 minutes for each leg and is best performed at the direction of the Physician Vein Specialist who will be responsible for making the treatment decisions.
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