|Starting on :||07:30 AM 18 December, 2015||Venue:||The Karen Hospital Resource centre|
|Ending on :||09:00 AM 18 December, 2015||Max Credits:||3.00|
|Moderator:||No Activity Moderator||Activity Cost:||0|
Surgical removal or obliteration of varicose veins is often for cosmetic reasons alone.Noncosmetic indications include symptomatic varicosities (eg, pain, fatigability, heaviness, recurrent superficial thrombophlebitis, bleeding), or for the treatment of venous hypertension after skin or subcutaneous tissue changes, such as lipodermatosclerosis, atrophie blanche, ulceration, or hyperpigmentation, have developed.
-To define varicose vein.
-To know the pathophysiology of Varicose vein.
-To know and understand the management of varicose vein