Superficial Veins and their tributaries (branches) that usually give rise to Varicose Veins.
Varicose Veins Treated by 'Slow-Acting Sclerosants'.
Varicose Veins are abnormally, dilated Superficial Veins of the lower limbs (legs). In the lower limbs there are 3 kinds of Veins:
Communicating Veins drain from the Superficial Veins into the Deep Veins. Deep Veins are situated below the leg muscles. Muscle contraction aids in pushing the blood towards the heart.