Telangiectasia (Spider Veins)
•Last Updated: August 16 2022
Telangiectasias are small, widened blood vessels that sit near the surface of the skin and appear as threadlike lines, typically on the legs or face, but they can develop anywhere on the body. They are generally harmless, but are associated with some diseases (e.g., Bloom syndrome).
Telangiectasia (Spider Veins) falls under theCardiovascular HealthandSkin, Hair, & Nailscategories.