Reticular veins are small diameter (1-2 mm) bluish or greenish veins that are visible under the skin. They are neither palpable ortortuous. In general, they are linear and are commonly referred to as feeding veins as they feed larger varicosites and groups of telangiectasias. They do not really cause any incommodating symptom and most often are mostly a cosmetic concern. They are easilytreatable with sclerotherapy.

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