What Is varicose vesicle?
There is a problem, you may ask. What's the difference between varicose vesicle and varicose vein?
Varicose vein is a condition in which blood flow is limited to the body's small blood vessels. The condition is caused by a thin layer of tissue at the surface of the vessel. This thin layer, which consists of blood cells, is not covered by much thick, tough tissue. If the layer of tissue is thin and the blood is not easily able to travel through it, it can cause a problem called varicose veins. The disease can often be diagnosed by looking at the veins. These are veins that run parallel to the vein that is the source of the problem.
Varicose vein is the most common disease in young children. It can affect anyone. It is also common in adults. It has many causes, but some of the most common ones are:
Dental problems and infections. The problem may be caused by bacteria, viruses, or some other type of bacteria.
Inflammation or trauma. Some injuries to the skin or joints are the result of a bacterial infection. In some cases, you may get a viral infection from a viral infection.