varicose

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abnormally swollen, dilated or knotty
{a} swelled, tunnefied
Intended for the treatment of varicose veins; said of elastic stockings, bandages
abnormally swollen or knotty; "varicose veins
and the like
Pertaining to an unnatural swelling, as in the case of varicose veins
{s} swollen, enlarged; having varicose veins; pertaining to the treatment of varicose veins
abnormally swollen or knotty; "varicose veins"
Irregularly swollen or enlarged; affected with, or containing, varices, or varicosities; of or pertaining to varices, or varicosities; as, a varicose nerve fiber; a varicose vein; varicose ulcers
Near by/close by
Near by
varicous
cirsoid
varicose vein
An abnormally swollen or dilated vein
varicose vein
The medical condition of having such veins, especially in the legs
varicose veins
plural form of varicose vein
varicose vein
a vein that is permanently dilated; most common in the legs
varicose vein
an abnormally dilated vein
varicose vein
A vein that is abnormally widened and twisted due to defective valves in the vein
varicose vein
Any vein that is abnormally dilated
varicose vein
Varicose veins are swollen and painful veins in a person's legs, which sometimes require a medical operation. or varix Twisted vein distended with blood. Varix also covers arteries and lymphatic vessels (see lymphatic system). Varicose veins occur mostly in the legs, when malfunctioning valves let blood pool in veins near the skin. Causes include hereditary valve and vein wall weakness and internal or external pressure on veins. Varices are common in pregnancy, suggesting that hormone abnormalities play a role. Symptoms include a heavy feeling, with leg cramps and swelling after standing a long time. Complications include skin ulcers and thrombosis. Treatment involves strong support hose, injection therapy, or surgery. Varices in the esophagus, which often occur in liver disease, can ulcerate and bleed. See also hemorrhoid
varicose veins
a medical condition in which the veins in your leg become swollen and painful (varicosus, from varix )
varicose veins
enlarged veins in the legs
varicose veins
surface veins of the legs in which failure of some valves has caused slower circulation and swelling
varicose veins
Swollen and dilated veins, usually visible on the legs
varicose veins
The veins in the leg may become weakened and enlarged, particularly after blood clots have formed in them Such thin-walled, enlarged veins are called "varicose" and cannot be used for coronary bypass grafts
varicose veins
Vein that is twisted--tortuous--and distended with blood The term varix is also used for similar abnormalities in arteries and in lymphatic vessels Varicose veins occur in a number of areas, including the legs; the esophagus, or gullet; the spermatic veins, which return blood from the testes
varicose

    Heceleme

    va·ri·cose

    Telaffuz

    Etimoloji

    [ 'var-&-"kOs ] (adjective.) circa 1730. Latin varicosus full of dilated veins, from varic-, varix dilated vein.

    Günün kelimesi

    tremulous