CVI and the Lymphatic System

Chronic Venous Insufficiency and the Effects on the Lymphatic System

BY JOACHIM ZUTHER, ON JULY 3RD, 2013 Chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) is an advanced stage of venous disease that occurs when the inner lining of the veins and/or the valves located within the larger veins are not working sufficiently, causing venous blood to collect or “pool” in the veins (venous stasis). READ ARTICLE

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