Definition of Venous:

Pertaining to the veins.

Topics Related to Venous


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“...When it leaves the right ventricle, it is venous blood; and when it leaves the left ventricle, through the aorta, it is fresh and oxygenated...”

Butcher's Broom a treatment
“...This plant has recorded medicinal use as early as the first century, but has been a focus of studies in venous disease primarily since the 1960s...”
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Congestive Heart Failure

...our question about Edema of the ankles/lower legs
“Edema of the ankles is a common manifestation of failure of the right ventricle related to both venous congestion and salt and water retention...”

Edema (Water Retention)

...the condition
“...Venous insufficiency is a common problem of the weakened valves in the veins of the legs...”
...recommendation Grape Seed Extract
“One month of treatment reduced lower limb circumference and improved subjective symptoms better than horse chestnut seed extract in a study of 40 patients with diagnosed chronic venous insufficiency...”

Enlarged Spleen

...relationship to Congestive Heart Failure
“In severe failure of the right ventricle, elevated venous pressures are transmitted to the portal system, leading to congestion of the spleen and splenomegaly.”

Gotu Kola a treatment
“...The triterpenic fraction of Gotu Kola extracts is able to inhibit some of the lysosomal enzymes thought to participate in the etiology of varicose veins and venous insufficiencies...”

Grape Seed Extract a treatment
“...Look for grapeseed extracts alone, or in combination with other ingredients in antioxidant, skin, venous support, or eye products...”

High Total Cholesterol

...recommendation Grape Seed Extract
“One month of treatment reduced total and LDL-cholesterol levels, but had no effect on HDL-cholesterol levels, in a study of 40 patients with diagnosed chronic venous insufficiency...”

Horse Chestnut a treatment
“...Horse chestnut seed extract is a safe and effective short-term treatment for chronic venous insufficiency (CVI), a condition in which the veins do not efficiently return blood from the legs to the heart...”

Interstitial Fluid

...related topic
“...It is a mucopolysaccharide starch gel, and the serum that leaves the blood capillaries flows through this gel, some to return to the exiting venous blood, some to enter the lymph system...”


...related topic
“...The lymph system eventually connects with and adds to venous circulation.”

Orbital Cellulitis

...the condition
“...Complications can include ... Cavernous venous sinus thrombosis...”

Ozone / Oxidative Therapy a treatment
“...Specific therapeutic applications of ozone include the treatment of vascular disease such as stroke, obstructive arteriopathy, venous insufficiency, cancer, acute and chronic viral diseases, ulcers, infected wounds, gangrenes, burns, inflammatory bowel disease such as Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis and spinal disc...”
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Phlebitis / Thrombophlebitis

...the condition
“...Straining increases venous pressure on the legs...”
...recommendation Grape Seed Extract
“A one-month of treatment reduced lower limb circumference and improved subjective symptoms better than horse chestnut seed extract in a study of 40 patients with diagnosed chronic venous insufficiency...”
...recommendation Horse Chestnut
“Horse chestnut is often used for chronic venous insufficiency and varicose veins – conditions related to phlebitis...”
...recommendation Incline Board
“...Elevate the foot of your bed by several inches to reduce venous pressure in your legs, which also reduces edema and pain...”

Poor Circulation

...the condition
“...Varicose veins are the most visible vein problem, but not as serious as venous thrombosis – the formation of a blood clot in a vein deep within the tissues...”

Poor/Slow Wound Healing

...the condition
“...Types of ulcers include traumatic ulcers, arterial ulcers (tissue death due to impaired arterial circulation), venous ulcers (caused by faulty backflow valves within veins), diabetic foot ulcers (caused by a narrowing of the small arteries), and pressure ulcers (also known as bedsores)...”
...recommendation Topical Estrogen
“...Fibronectin levels have been found to be deficient in chronic wounds of the aged, such as venous ulcers in humans or laboratory wounds in aged animals...”

Portal circulation

...related topic
“Circulation in which the outflow from one organ goes directly to a second organ, most commonly used to refer to the venous circulation of the intestine which goes to the liver.”


...related topic
“Static, atonic, unable to resolve or initiate change, resulting in lymphatic and venous stasis, congestion or stagnation...”


...related topic
Venous inflammation with formation of clots...”


...the condition
“...This is an abnormal connection between a very large artery and a very large venous pool within the cranial cavity...”

Trigeminal Neuralgia

...related topic
“...Recently, at surgery or autopsy, arterial and – less often – venous loops have been found compressing the trigeminal nerve root at its entry point into the brainstem, which suggests that this is essentially a compressive neuropathy...”

Ultrasound Imaging a treatment
“...Ultrasound is used to provide images of the following ... veins, arteries and blood flow (vascular ultrasound, venous ultrasound)...”
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