Varices


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Concept Info

NAME

Varices

DESCRIPTION

Varices are abnormally dilatated and tortuous vessels, most commonly of the venous system, but they can also occur in the arterial and lymphatic vessels. They most frequently occur in the oesophagus and the stomach – gastric varices.

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