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Radiofrequency Occlusion in Annapolis, MD


Center for Vein Restoration
Dr Jaime Marquez, Dr Thomas Militano, Dr Frank Sbrocco.
108 Forbes Street
Annapolis, Maryland 21401
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Toll Free: 410-928-7109


Radiofrequency Occlusion near Annapolis, MD (Maryland)

Center for Vein Restoration
1600 Crain Highway
Suite 408
Glen Burnie, Maryland 21061
Distance: 13.05 Miles
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Toll Free: 410-449-4385


Vein Disease Clinic
1401 Madison Park Drive

Glen Burnie, Maryland 21061
Distance: 13.05 Miles
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Toll Free: 410-881-5689


Center for Vein Restoration
7300 Hanover Drive
Suite 104
Greenbelt, Maryland 20770
Distance: 20.11 Miles
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Toll Free: 301-850-2107


Center for Vein Restoration
11085 Little Patuxent Parkway S, Suite 203
Columbia, Maryland 21044
Distance: 24.71 Miles
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Toll Free: 301-358-6410


Center for Vein Restoration
831 University Blvd. East
Suite 24-25
Silver Spring, Maryland 20903
Distance: 25.38 Miles
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Toll Free: 301-678-8966


Baltimore Vascular Care
8600 Lasalle Road
Suite 120
Towson, Maryland 21286
Distance: 28.21 Miles
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Toll Free: 410-670-4314


Center for Vein Restoration
7300 York Road
Suite LL
Towson, Maryland 21204
Distance: 28.41 Miles
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Toll Free: 410-928-7097


Center for Vein Restoratioin
505A Dutchmans Lane
Suite A-2
Easton, Maryland 21601
Distance: 28.54 Miles
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Toll Free: 410-449-4312


Center for Vein Restoration
301 Steeple Chase Drive
Suite 401
Prince Frederick, Maryland 20678
Distance: 32.84 Miles
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Toll Free: 410-840-7802


Center for Vein Restoration
1119 Rockville Pike
Suite #210
Rockville, Maryland 20852
Distance: 32.9 Miles
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Toll Free: 301-859-4157


Capitol Vein & Laser Centers - Bethesda
6410 Rockledge Drive
Suite 500
Bethesda, Maryland 20817
Distance: 34.18 Miles
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Toll Free: 866-671-9824


Center for Vein Restoration
12107 Old Line Center
Waldorf, Maryland 20602
Distance: 35.13 Miles
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Toll Free: 301-859-3990


Center for Vein Restoration
12107 Old Line Center
Waldorf, Maryland 20602
Distance: 35.13 Miles
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Toll Free: 301-363-4682


Center for Vein Restoration
1900 N. Beauregard Street
Suite 110
Alexandria, Maryland 22311
Distance: 35.15 Miles
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Toll Free: 301-678-9738


Center for Vein Restoration
2225 Old Emmorton Road, Suite 110
Bel Air, Maryland 21015
Distance: 38.7 Miles
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Toll Free: 410-609-3284


Center for Vein Restoration
19785 Crystal Rock Dr., Suite 310
Germantown , Maryland 20874
Distance: 42.26 Miles
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Toll Free: 301-678-9953


The Vein Center of Maryland
826 Washington Road
Suite 220
Westminster, Maryland 21157
Distance: 44.8 Miles
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Toll Free: 410-877-6041




About Radiofrequency Occlusion

About one third of the adult population is affected by varicose veins. These swollen, often painful veins in the legs are due primarily to incompetence of the valves in the femoral and great saphenous veins. The results are swollen vessels that are both painful and unsightly. Previously, vein stripping, or surgically removing these large veins under general anesthesia through small incisions, was the preferred treatment. Now, newer techniques like radiofrequency occlusion allow for minimally invasive treatment in an outpatient or office setting with only local anesthesia and intravenous sedation.

Radiofrequency occlusion can easily be performed in an office setting with one small puncture site. Following injection of a local anesthetic at the site of insertion, a catheter or small tube is threaded through the great saphenous vein using sonographic guidance. Local anesthetic is injected along the vein while the patient is also given IV sedation to make the procedure more comfortable. The catheter is withdrawn down the great saphenous vein as the radiofrequency occlusion is performed using sound waves to heat the vein to 185 degrees. The heating process collapses the vein forming scar tissue which will later be absorbed by the body as healing takes place.

Following the radiofrequency occlusion procedure, the leg is wrapped in a tight compression bandage and compression hose are worn for two to three weeks while healing occurs. After a short recovery time due to the mild sedation, the patient is able to return home. Most patients are able to walk and resume normal activities immediately following the procedure. Minor side effects such as numbness and skin discoloration can occur or the procedure may not fully occlude the vein. Studies have shown this procedure is comparable to vein stripping with less pain, no incisions, and faster return to normal function while effectively relieving the symptoms of varicose veins.


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