Varicose veins of the lower extremities – an increase in the superficial veins of the legs – is associated with weakness of the walls of the veins and a number of predisposing factors. The disease is characterized by the appearance of protrusions and nodular swelling on the lower extremities along the saphenous veins.
- pain in the legs;
- a feeling of warmth and burning in the legs along the veins;
- heaviness in the legs;
- night cramps in the legs;
- swelling in the evening;
- dilated veins;
- darkening and tightening of the skin of the legs;
- trophic ulcers.