Spider veins

Spider veins: A group of widened veins that can be seen through the surface of the skin. Their wheel-and- spoke shape resembles a spider. Also known as spider telangiectasia.
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Spider Veins

A type of varicose vein that are often shaped like spider webs and appear in clusters, on the chest,neck, arms, feet, ankles, or thighs. The veins are generally red or blue in color and are simply tiny blood vessels that branch out. Spider veins do tend to be hereditary, but during pregnancy, the veins are generally caused by the increased amount..
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Spider veins

Small red or blue blood vessels that appear close to the skin's surface and resemble a spider. Spider veins may result from the hormonal
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