There are three types of veins in the human body: superficial, subdermal and deep. The deep veins are usually double veins that are located near the arteries, as if accompanying them. Deep vein diseases are very dangerous because in 80% of cases they have no symptoms and can lead to dangerous consequences or even death. Primarily these diseases include varicosity and obstruction of deep veins of the legs.
Vein thrombosis treatment is a set of medical or surgical activities aimed at eliminating blood clots (thrombi) in veins. The first stage of the development of vein thrombosis is almost symptomless, so the patients often see the doctor, having a severe form of this disease. It activates a number of pathological mechanisms in the circulatory system: blockage of blood vessels, poor circulation, separation of thrombus and its penetration into the circulatory arteries of heart, brain, lungs.
In 90% of cases this pathology is formed in deep vessels of lower leg. The formation of blood clots can be the result of disturbances of the blood flow or blood coagulability. 13 special substances and enzymes are responsible for the blood coagulation, each of them having an antagonistic anticoagulation substance. It insures healthy, normal blood clotting. Various pathological phenomena and disturbances can cause malfunction of the anticoagulation system:
Blood clots can also form as the result of violation of blood flow caused by vascular pathology of the lower limbs, injuries and operations:
The following categories of people are in the risk group:
In 80% of cases thrombosis is unnoticed, especially at the first stages of the disease development. However, if blood clots cause blockage of the veins, patients usually note the following symptoms:
Additional symptom in thrombophlebitis (inflammation of veins) can be the fever up to 39 degrees. In the absence of treatment the blood clot can eventually break free and cause thromboembolism: a life-threatening condition. It happens in 5-15% of cases.
The center of phlebology in Passau, in Germany, has a unique diagnostic base, which helps to identify different types of vein thrombosis and prescribe an appropriate treatment. Conservative treatment of veins is used, if an occlusive thrombus has been found. This is a minor form of vein thrombosis, when hardened blood clot accretes to the venous walls and covers the inner lumen completely. Treatment of the parietal vein thrombosis is also included in the list of conservative care. It is localized on the walls of the vessel and does not prevent the circulation, therefore, it is considered to be low-hazard.
Today, modern clinic of phlebology in Passau, Germany, provides a full range of conservative methods of treatment:
If conservative treatment has not helped, then surgical treatment of vein thrombosis is prescribed. Highly qualified phlebologists of Passau clinic in Germany follow a comprehensive approach for solving surgical problems. Thus, during the operation various methods that make up a successful combinational therapy can be used. The surgical base of the center of phlebology in Passau, Germany, includes the following innovative techniques:
The clinic of phlebology in Passau, Germany, offers universal therapeutic methods that cover a wide spectrum of diseases of the venous system. High-tech equipment and professional care of their patients allowed the center to form an exclusive and successful scheme of vein thrombosis treatment.
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