Our results:  Before and After
EVLT and Ambulatory Phlebectomy
Laser ablation and Ambulatory
Phlebectomy
Before and After Laser Ablation and
Ambulatory Phlebectomy
Before and After laser ablation (also known
as EVLT) and Ambulatory Phlebectomy
(Pictures are taken from between 5 days to 3 weeks apart,
therefore minor bruising may be present)
The patient's complaint of leg pain in the front and outside of her thigh and leg
resolved after treatment.
The follow up picture was taken 5 days after treatment.  The patient's leg
pain and leg swelling had markedly improved at this point.  It completely
resolved over a 3 week period.
Leg pain was limiting this golfer's game.  Her leg pain (primarily in the back of the thigh
and leg) resolved after treatment with an EVLT and Ambulatory Phlebectomy.
Abnormal perforating veins were resulting in painful varicosities.  These were
successfully treated with laser ablation and medical sclerotherapy.
The Vein Center
11219 Financial Centre Parkway
Suite 215
Little Rock, Arkansas  72211
(501) 225-8346  (225-VEIN)
Fax  (501) 217-9819