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Varicose veins

Varicose veins are a vascular disease characterized by dilation, elongation, and twisting of blood vessels, which often occur in the lower limbs. Common symptoms and characteristics include:

1. Vein protrusion: The blood vessels in the varicose vein area show obvious protrusion and swelling, and sometimes obvious obvious obvious or nodules can be touched.

2. Venous distortion: The blood vessels are twisted and tangled in the varicose area, causing the blood vessels to become twisted and not straight.

3. Vein Pain: Pain, heaviness, or inconsistency may occur in the affected area, especially if the symptoms are exacerbated after standing or sitting for a long time.

4. Edema: Dark to severe edema may occur in walking areas, especially the ankles and lower left side.

5. Skin changes: Pigmentation, skin thinning, dryness, flushing or moisture may appear around the skin in the varicose blood vessel area.

6. ******: In severe cases, the skin in the varicose vein area may become ulcerated, injured, and prone to chronic infection.

7. Prone areas of varicose veins: The most common areas of varicose veins are the lower limbs, especially the inner side of the calf, around the ankle and the back. Symptoms of varicose veins are prone to occur in these areas due to factors such as obstruction of blood return and increased pressure.

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