Crossectomy or ligation
With a crossectomy treatment, the main vessel that causes the varicose veins is tied in the groin area or at the back of the knee and, when possible, a few centimetres of the vessel is then removed. This way, the blood in the main vessel can no longer flow back.
This method is still applied when a laser, RF, or ClariVein treatment are not suitable and the procedure can be done under a local anaesthesia.
You can reach us by phone on office days from 8.30 – 17:00 pm. It is also possible to visit the phlebology department on tuesday evening untill 20.00 pm.
T: 020 – 305 58 45