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Chronic Venous Insufficiency
Mar 20, 2012
2:32 pm
Frances Quino, RN

Nobody is exempted to venous insufficiency. However, the symptoms exceeded more than two weeks it can already classified as chronic venous insufficiency. The terms postphlebitic syndrome and postthrombotic syndrome may also point out the same description.

Chronic venous insufficiency can pose a more serious result if not given proper medical attention. It can eventually lead to ulcerations or skin breakage on the skin making the person prone infections.

Women aging from 40 to 49 years old may present symptoms of venous insufficiency. It can related to the age as well as the body surface of the person. In men, this can…

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