LEDAS is the best solution for treating varicose veins and preventing relapse
If the anatomical location and current condition of all the small vessels that have spread to the disease are not determined accurately, treatment may not be complete.
This can lead to relapse.
The success or failure of treatment is determined by the accuracy of the diagnosis, which depends on the experience of the medical staff and the quality of the equipment.
The most accurate method for diagnosing blood vessels is ultrasound.
An ultrasound examination is a non-invasive method for diagnosing varicose veins that does not require contrast agents or irradiation.
It is a safe and painless way to check the direction and velocity of blood flow and the functioning of the venous valves.
Vascular ultrasound examination allows doctor to establish an accurate clinical picture and draw up an individual treatment plan suitable for each individual patient.
When and why ultrasound is performed at LEDAS