My physician is recommending an Ambulatory Phlebotomy under general anesthesia. Is that common?
53 yo male with left leg chronic symptomatic varicose veins and a 2 cm venous aneurysm located in his anterior medial thigh in the setting of saphenous vein reflux. The patient also has left leg skin thinning, edema, signs of venous reflux, and elevated venous pressure. CEAP classification C3.
Valvular incompetence / venous reflux of the left common femoral vein, left anterior accessory saphenous vein, left saphenofemoral junction, left great saphenous vein and proximal small saphenous vein.