Venous Reflux

Varicose Veins

Venous Reflux disease, also known as Venous Insufficiency, is the underlying medical condition that leads to varicose veins.

Veins contain tiny valves that are designed to allow one way flow of blood from the feet back up toward the heart.

When these valves malfunction, blood flows backwards, distending the leg veins until they become abnormally engorged.

They are then visible as varicose veins and / or spider veins.

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Vegas Valley Vein Institute Vegas Valley Vein Institute Vegas Valley Vein Institute logo Venous Reflux disease, also known as Venous Insufficiency, is the underlying medical condition that leads to varicose veins. Veins contain tiny valves that are designed to allow one way flow of blood from the feet back up toward the heart. When these valves malfunction, blood flows backwards, distending the leg veins until they become abnormally engorged. They are then visible as varicose veins and / or spider veins.
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