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One-year results from VANISH-2, a study in which patients with symptomatic and visible varicose veins caused by saphenofemoral junction (SFJ) incompetence were treated with Varithena(TM), indicate that treatment with Varithena[sup.
This method consists of threading a catheter with an inflatable balloon through the saphenofemoral junction and up into the vena cava, passing distal to the site of injury.
Full data show a clinically meaningful reduction in symptom burden in patients with varicose veins caused by saphenofemoral junction incompetence