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New EVLT Laser


Bay Area Interventional Radiology has introduced a new laser treatment system to cure varicose veins called VenaCure. This new system uses only a general anesthetic and has a quicker recovery time than traditional surgical procedures such as vein stripping.

"VenaCure EVLT takes less than an hour in our office. The patient has no need for a stay in the hospital. Problematic symptoms show near immediate relief. Patients find there is practically no scarring and no tedious recovery time, nor significant side effects. The procedure has a reported 98% success rate according to recent clinical evidence. It's the new standard of care" stated the doctor at Bay Area Interventional Radiology.

Without treatment, varicose veins can cause pain and discomfort for those afflicted. This new endovenous laser treatment (EVLT) marks another step towards the most effective treatment for venous disease. New technology is welcomed by the medical community and VenaCure may become a popular technology for those physicians working with EVLT systems.


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