Pelvic Congestion Syndrome
Pelvic Congestion Syndrome is a condition caused by dilated veins in the pelvis, often in women who have had multiple children. This can be treated through a small needle puncture in the neck or groin through which a wire and tube are guided by X-rays into the ovarian veins and material is deployed to stop the abnormal bloodflow into the pelvic veins. This procedure is performed under conscious sedation with constant monitoring by a nurse and every procedure is performed by a board certified physician.
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