Venous Hypertension

Last Updated: August 16 2022

Venous hypertension refers to high blood pressure in the legs, which results in blood pooling in the legs and feet due to a reduced ability to send it back to the heart. It can lead to swelling of the legs, leg discomfort and itching, and skin changes (e.g., [varicose veins).

Venous Hypertension falls under theCardiovascular Healthcategory.

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