Author: Je3321Ab

46 year-old male with past medical history of Syndrome (KTS) who presents with left leg swelling, venous claudication, port wine stains, prominent varicosities, and intolerance to cold temperatures especially in left forefoot/toes partially alleviated with massage and elastic compression stockings. History Medical history: KTS diagnosed in...

Symptomatic Anterior Accessory Great Saphenous Vein (AAGSV) Reflux   Physical Examination Both lower limbs were warm and well perfused Distal palpable pulses Prominent varicosities on left anteromedial and anterolateral thigh, and medial calf No gluteal, perineal or vulvar varicosities Post-inflammatory hypopigmented skin patches on anterior calf and...

Saphenous Trunk Varicosities   Physical Examination Both lower limbs were warm and well perfused Distal palpable pulses Prominent varicosities on left anteromedial and anterolateral thigh, and medial calf No skin changes or ulcers. No edema. Motor and sensory were intact Download Complete Case...