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Can Matting That Occurs After Sclerotherapy Be Eliminated? It Seems to Just Get Worse Each Time.
A physician specializing in treatment of veins performed sclerotherapy on my leg, after which I developed a circle of tiny veins above my knee. I went back and he injected them but it didn't help. Then he injected a feeder vein and more and now I have several areas of these tiny veins around my knee. After reading posts here it appears this is called matting. What should I do or where should I go to get rid of this? Or will it just keep getting worse and spreading more with more injections?
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