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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

 

 

Dr. Raffy Karamanoukian, a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon appeared on The Doctors TV Show again on 1-30-2013 where he revised a face lift for a patient who also had issues with her ear lobes.

 

Watch the episode on The Doctors TV Show featuring Dr. Raffy Karamanoukian of www.KareMD.com and www.Surgery90210.com

 

 

CEAP CLASSIFICATION OF VEIN DISEASE: 

 

CEAP Classification System:

 

How do physicians and vein experts know how bad your varicose vein problems are? The most straightforward and practical way is to scale your symptoms and problems on the CEAP chart in order to determine how unhealthy your veins are.  The CEAP chart was designed to provide an objective assessment tool for varicose veins and venous disease.


C: CLINICAL, E: ETIOLOGY, A: ANATOMY and P: PHYSIOLOGY 

 

C0 no signs of vein disease
C1 telangiectasias, spider veins, reticular veins, thread veins
C2 bulging varicose veins
C3 edema and leg swelling as a result of vein disease 
C4 changes in the skin as a result of venous insufficiency
C5 healed venous ulcer
C6

active venous ulcer

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