New Jersey Vein Specialist Archives - Cross County Cardiology

As a Cross County Cardiology vein specialist, I often encounter patients whose varicose veins have gotten so bad that they can barely walk. They have chronically swollen legs and ankles, have stopped exercising and doing things they enjoy like playing sports or dancing, and instead sit around much of the time saying “My legs hurt.”…

There is a connection between vein disease and heart disease, because both are considered cardiovascular disorders, and both are part of the circulatory system. The heart pumps oxygen- and nutrient-rich blood through the arteries to your organs and extremities, and then the veins convey the de-oxygenated blood and waste materials back to the heart and…

Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a frightening condition for a number of reasons. Chief among them is that this type of blood clot can put you at risk for pulmonary embolism, a potentially fatal condition that affects hundreds of thousands of Americans every year. The fact that DVT often does not cause any symptoms is…

Ultrasound is one of the most important advances in medical technology in recent decades. The word “ultrasound” refers to the fact that this imaging technology uses oscillating sound waves that are too high in frequency to be heard by the human ear. But these sound waves can be detected by instruments, and because they change…

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