Microphlebectomy is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat large varicose veins that have been permanently deformed due to delayed treatment of the underlying cause.


A specialized hook is used to remove the vein through multiple tiny incisions. The incisions do not usually require stitches and leave minimal scarring. Microphlebectomy can be performed for cosmetic or medical purposes, depending on the patient’s individual condition and goals for treatment. Following the procedure, the patient is instructed to wear compression socks temporarily. The incisions typically heal within two weeks.


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