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Description of the procedure

Echosclerotherapy, also known as ultrasound-controlled sclerotherapy, is an advanced method of treating varicose veins and superficial vein insufficiency. It uses ultrasound to precisely target and monitor the introduction of a sclerosing agent into the diseased vein, which causes it to close and be gradually absorbed by the body.

How it's working?

Under ultrasound guidance, the doctor inserts a thin needle or catheter into the vein and injects a sclerosing agent that causes an inflammatory reaction, resulting in the vein closing and disappearing. Thanks to the use of ultrasound, the doctor has full control over the process, which increases the effectiveness and safety of the procedure.


• Reducing the visibility of varicose veins and improving the aesthetics of the legs
• Reduction of symptoms associated with venous insufficiency, such as pain, heaviness and swelling
• Improved circulation in the lower limbs


• Varicose veins and insufficiency of the superficial veins of the lower limbs
• Reticular veins and telangiectasias (spider veins)
• Secondary varicose veins, e.g. after deep vein thrombosis

Duration of the treatment

The procedure usually takes from 15 to 45 minutes, depending on the extent and number of veins treated.


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