Phlebectomy is a safe, effective procedure commonly used to remove varicose veins. Side effects rarely occur, but when they do they may include:
- Redness and irritation at the incision site
- Change in the pigmentation of the skin at the injection site
- Temporary bruising and swelling
In general, most side effects subside after a short period of time. If they persist or worsen over time, the patient’s physician should be contacted for further consultation.
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