Ankle Capillary Fracture

Ankle Capillaries Fracture / Spider VeinsAnkle Capillaries Fracture

Ankle capillary rupture occurs in the thin veins near the surface of the skin. Capillary rupture, medically called telangiectasia, occurs in the legs, ankles and face. It is also described as spider veins.

These capillaries that develop in the ankle are shaped like fine lines, branches and spider webs. It can be red, purple or blue in color. These spider veins are smaller and thinner than varicose veins.

Spider veins are generally painless and harmless, but people want to have them treated because they look bad aesthetically.

What Causes Ankle Capillary Fracture?

Veins are responsible for carrying blood back to the heart to oxygenate it. Sometimes, a malfunction may occur while carrying out its transport function and when the blood flows backwards, bluish, purplish varicose veins and thinner vascular structures appear under the skin. Varicose veins usually occur in the legs, but can also be seen in the ankles and feet.

Also, when it comes to the feet and ankles, slowed blood circulation and the increased pressure we put on our vein valves every day (due to gravity) can cause the feet to swell, which can increase the formation of spider veins in the ankles.

There are several factors that can increase your risk of developing spider veins, such as:

  • family history
  • Age
  • Pregnancy
  • sedentary lifestyle
  • Gender
  • Obesity
  • sun damage
  • Standing or sitting for long periods of time
  • hormonal changes
  • blood clots

Although capillary varicose veins do not cause any serious problems, it is recommended that they be treated to prevent them from causing problems in the future.

How to Treat Ankle Capillary Fracture?

Treatment of ankle capillary rupture primarily includes personal care measures, compression socks, surgery and a number of medical procedures. The treatment procedure is usually outpatient and you can go home on the same day.

Our own treatments for capillary ruptures should be as follows;

  • To exercise,
  • Raising legs while sitting or lying down,
  • Wearing compression stockings
  • Having a healthy diet,
  • getting a massage,
  • Not wearing tight clothing

When we need to get help from a doctor for our capillary problems that we cannot solve with personal care, the treatment procedure to be applied can be listed as follows;

Scleotherapy; In this method, a sclerosing agent is injected into the varicose veins by the doctor. When the agent contacts the veins, it irritates the capillaries and prevents them from being visible. After the procedure, you will have better looking veins.

Laser treatment; Strong bursts of light are sent onto the vein, causing it to slowly fade and disappear. Capillary vascular treatment is performed with laser without using any incisions or needles .

Outpatient phlebectomy (fluh-BEK-tuh-me); In this outpatient procedure, varicose veins are treated through a series of small skin punctures. Very little scarring may occur.

For larger varicose veins, different treatment methods are used, including surgery.

There are many people with broken capillaries, so you are not alone. Generally, there are no complications arising from these spider vein structures. You can try home treatments for these veins that bother you or seek help from a specialist physician. Varicose veins may occur even after treatment. You can learn the best treatment options for you from your doctor.

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