Chronic venous insufficiency is an impaired venous return, which may at times cause lower extremity discomfort, skin changes, and edema. Postphlebitic syndrome is a symptomatic CVI after DVT. Deep venous thrombosis (DVT) is the clotting of blood in a deep vein of a fringe. The complication is triggered by pulmonary embolism, which is caused by DVP. DVP is caused by a condition where the impaired venous revisit, leading to endothelial damage.
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Physical exercises, healthy feeding habits as well as ample rest are the precautionary and epidemiology start up. The diagnosis for CVI and DVT is done through physical examination and historical analysis (Eberhardt & Raffetto, 2015). The confirmation of physical testing is done by objective examination with duplex ultrasonography. The legs clotting can be diagnosed by using exceptional medicine that aims at reducing the number of blood vessels as well as containing a stable flow of blood in the human body. This may serve as diagnosis and treatment for both conditions.
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