A retrospective study finds that symptoms of restless leg syndrome are 34.5% more prevalent in patients with superficial venous insufficiency, reports Venous News.

Speaking at the annual meeting of the American Venous Forum (VENOUS 2020; 3–6 March, Amelia Island, USA), Dezube described venous reflux as a common condition caused by venous valvular incompetence. He continued, explaining that “a few limited studies” have identified a correlation between restless leg syndrome and superficial venous insufficiency.

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