One patient (~7%) on the other hand developed an increase in the varicosity
even after conservative management and was taken for a surgical intervention with removal of long saphenous vein on an emergency basis.
However, you very well could develop varicosity
in other veins.
Smoking may contribute to elevated blood pressure, which in turn can aggravate varicosity
 In our study, all cases had varicosity
and 4% had DVT.
refers to the presence of tortuous, lengthened, and/or twisted veins, typically in the lower limbs superficial or deep inside .
Round ligament varicosity
(RLV) is rare and almost all cases are pregnant women.
The complications of sclerotherapy may be minimised using techniques such as microthrombectomy, using multiple small incisions directly over the thrombosed varicosity
to extrude the thrombus.
There was no varicosity
or edema over the mass either.
The patient underwent microdirect laryngoscopy to remove the varicosity
. No appreciable mass or vascular abnormality was seen with a 0[degrees] telescope (figure 2, A).
At the center of the cerebral ganglion was a region of high varicosity
This in itself gives me a clue - it could be a varicosity
in a testicular vein - just like varicose veins in the leg.
can involve the main axial superficial veins, the great saphenous vein (GSV) or the small saphenous vein (SSV) or any other superficial vein tributaries of the lower limbs.