Varicose veins are an usual problem that affects around half of all Americans older than 50 years. Varicose veins occur when the vessel wall surfaces or the shutoffs in veins stretch or deteriorate, enabling blood to move back down into the legs. Varicose capillaries might trigger swelling, heaviness, pain, dark areas on the skin, and also in severe situations, skin ulcer.
The human body has surface area (surface) capillaries that are linked to deep veins by bridging (perforator) veins. Veins have delicate valves that maintain blood streaming towards the heart and avoid backflow of blood into the legs.
Varicose capillaries establish when valves fall short. Varicose capillarie