Varicose Vein Insufficiency

Shared by a General Practice physician from the Dominican Republic

Male patient of 36 years of age. He presents an Erythematous vesicular lesion of 2 weeks evolution of pruritic character… No fever or general malaise. No important background. Laboratory tests 1 week ago… within normal parameters, glycemia 100mg / dl, does not present leukocytosis, only a percentage of eosinophils of 4%.

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  1. says

    This is a problem that many of men and women deal with and as the years past this condition will worsen. It’s what has happened to me over the years and I am still working on saving enough money to have 2 leg ablations. My left leg is much worse than my right one so I will get one leg done and then the other at a later time.

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