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Varicose Veins All The Best Homemade Remedies

There are quite a few natural remedies scientifically proven to reduce and slow down the appearance of varicose veins – you’ll have to be consistent and show some patience (like for any natural remedy), and if you do, results won’t fail to appear.


Transverse B-mode image showing echogenic (subacute) thrombus in the common femoral vein extending into great saphenous vein

Gray scale image of the great saphenous vein (GSV) in the thigh. The GSV is identified by its location between the superficial (short arrow) and deep (long arrow) fascia. This appearance has been referred to as “Cleopatra’s Eye.”

The superficial accessory great saphenous vein (arrows) at the thigh (A) and in the leg (B) can be recognized in its parallel and more superficial course with respect to the Great Saphenous Vein (*); t, tibia. C, The superficial accessory small saphenous vein (arrow) overlies the small saphenous vein (*) by which it is separated by the hyperechoic saphenous fascia. D, The intergemellar vein (arrow) courses deep to the small saphenous vein (*) between the heads of the gastrocnemius.

Sonography of the saphenous compartment (white arrows) along the great saphenous vein at the thigh (A) and at the leg (B) and along the small saphenous vein at the calf (C) and in the distal lower leg (D). Sonography clearly demonstrates that the saphenous veins are enwrapped by two hyperechoic fasciae. Note in B, the posterior accessory saphenous vein (*) and the tibia (t).

A diagrammatic representation of the saphenous compartments containing the great saphenous vein (GSV) and anterior accessory saphenous vein (AASV). In this example a large incompetent tributary inserts to an incompetent GSV in the mid-thigh (A), with the GSV becoming small and competent beyond this point. The tributary communicates with the main trunk lower in the thigh (B), where the GSV becomes incompetent once more. Alternatively, the large tributary could continue to run down the leg…