Is Cellulite The Same As Varicose Veins?
Cellulite is included in the varices category or not?
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Cellulite is a skin condition that looks streaked due to a pile of fat that pushes connective tissue under the skin. This condition often occurs in people who experience sudden weight loss or increase, pregnant women, and people who are overweight. Cellulite is different from varicose veins. Varicose veins are a condition in which the dilation of the veins occurs. Varicose veins can not only occur in vessels around the skin, but also in veins throughout the body, including organs in the body. Back veins that experience varicose veins will experience impaired function in flowing blood back to the heart. In addition, the risk of rupture of blood vessels or the formation of blood clots that can clog blood vessels elsewhere. If you have varicose veins, you should consult with a surgeon, especially the vascular subspecialist surgeon, for further examination.
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