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Varicose vein laser approved for use in superficial leg veins

The US FDA has given approval for Domed Holdings Inc to use its EVLT treatment for venous incompetence and reflux of superficial leg vein. It was originally approved for use in treatment of venous reflux in the great spahenous vein (varicose veins).

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Mass High Tech -The Journal of New England Technology

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About: Varicose vein laser approved for use in superficial leg veins

Date: 3 December 2004

Source: Mass High Tech -The Journal of New England Technology

URL: http://www.masshightech.com/displayarticledetail.asp?Art_ID=67299

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