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Varicose Veins: The Anatomy, Physiology Pathology, Diagnosis, Complications, Risk Factors, Myths and Facts and the Treatment of Varicose and Spider Veins

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141 pages2 hours

Summary

Varicose veins and spider veins run in my family. That’s why I’ve planned for years to write a series of short booklets on the subject.
But now that I had finally done that, I realised that people who suffer from varicose veins would be helped better with a larger guide that answers all the questions they might have about this subject.
So I wrapped up everything I wrote about varicose veins, and made it into this conclusive book, that now consists out of six parts, that can all be read separately.
I really hope that it will help the sufferers from varicose veins – and their families – to get a better understanding about the backgrounds, the causes, the diagnosis, the complications, and of course the different kinds of treatments of varicose veins.

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