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Stasis Dermatitis – Difficult to Clear Once it Occurs

Stasis dermatitis is a very common presentation in patients with venous disease. As you can see from the histology slide, this is secondary to marked iron deposition in the reticular papillary dermis. This is the result of hemosiderin deposition after red cell leaking into the dermis itself. Find out ways to treat this at the […]


Avoid the ‘Venous Triangle of Concern’ When Injecting Facial Veins!

This is the ‘Venous Triangle of concern’ when injecting facial veins. Foam must be kept of out of  this area to avoid potential serious complications. The treatment of facial veins will be discussed in detail at the Aesthetic Vein Conference, on October 23, 2018, at West Palm Beach, FL, Marriott Hotel. Once you know the […]


Large Spider Reticular Complex Posterior Leg

Using just sclerotherapy alone would give you a poor cosmetic result. You must use multiple modalities and new techniques to treat spider complexes such as this one. Find out more at the Aesthetic Vein Conference, West Palm Beach, FL, October 13, 2018!  


Dr. Zvonimir Krajcer will be presenting at Aesthetic Vein Conference on October 13, 2018!

Dr. Krajcer is a member of Texas Heart Institute’s Professional Staff Leadership team and serves as the Director or Peripheral Vascular Diseases. He is an active member of the Texas Heart Institute Cardiovacular Disease Fellowship Program at Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center teaching staff, training our next generation of physician scientist and interventional cardiologists. His […]


Aesthetic Vein Conference, October 13, 2018, West Palm Beach, Florida

Using new techniques, you can treat difficult complexes in just one treatment. Find out how at Aesthetic Vein Conference, October 13, 2018, West Palm Beach, Florida!           SPONSORS: Contact Paul Kortz at: 407-900-8346   West Palm Beach Marriott             $400 for Admission Email or call for more […]


Using Multiple Modalities to Treat Spider Veins

Comparing 0.1% Sotradecol ½ NS to 0.1% Sotradecol diluted with NS. Note that the vessel treated with the ½ NS dilution is hardly visible due to the intense spasm.   After sclerotherapy, micro-incision, tumescent and flushing. Find out more about these techniques at Aesthetic Vein Conference, West Palm Beach, Florida, on October 13, 2108!   […]


Intradermal Aneurysmal Dilatation of Telangiectasia

As cutaneous venous hypertension increases, so does the volume of intradermal telangiectasia. In fact, spider veins may become aneurysmal when the pressure increases substantially. Many times, these complexes are associated with large refluxing branches or turbulent flow in a perforator. The treatment consists of micro-surgical techniques for these patients. Many of these aneurysms must be […]