Interviews and general information

Dr. med. Karl-Heinz Vogler and Andreas Oehme in a technical discussion on phlebolysis in spider veins.

Olga Mazepura is a guest dr medical Dirk Wiechert and explains the active principle of phlebolysis, including demonstration!

Andreas Ohme, co-developer of phlebolysis, explains the principle of operation of the device.

Dr. med. Karl-Heinz Vogler in a short lecture on the treatment of spider veins and varicose veins.

patient cases

Dr. Wibke Cornelius explains phlebolysis, a method for scar-free removal, in a video Birthmarks. This technique combines electrolysis with radiofrequency to stop the blood supply, allowing for painless treatment and quick recovery. The method is safe, does not require anesthesia and is suitable for all skin areas.

Fibroma are benign tumors that often occur in adults. They can be treated surgically, by cryotherapy, electrosurgery, laser or by phlebolysis. Phlebolysis is a gentle method that cuts off the blood supply to the fibromas and provides scar-free results.

The Birt-Hogg-Dubé syndrome (BHD syndrome) is a rare genetic disorder that causes skin growths, lung cysts and an increased risk of kidney cancer. Phlebolysis is a new treatment that effectively removes these skin growths without leaving any scars by destroying the affected blood vessels. Dr. Wibke Cornelius emphasizes that the treatment leads to improved skin texture in patients and should be carried out in specialized centers.

Condylomas, genital warts and genital warts can be treated with phlebolysis.

In this post find a patient who reports on her experience with phlebolysis, as well as the treating doctor, Dr. med. Wolfgang Karner, which explains the operating principle in this case.

A skin tag is not technically a wart, but a soft fibroid.

Depending on the part of the body, they can be very annoying – in this patient case a young woman reports on her experience with phlebolysis.

Thank you mrs Sandra Behrndt, Specialist in gynecology and obstetrics from Bad Säckingen, for providing the case!

Warts are caused by viral loads and can be very disruptive – in this case on the hand and ankle. Woman Sandra Behrndt, Specialist in gynecology and obstetrics from Bad Säckingen, she then reports on the case from a medical perspective.

The image in the thumbnail is another case from the ongoing user study.

A patient suffered from disturbing, sublime moles, which also occasionally got stuck on items of clothing, for example, and could cause pain and minor bleeding.

Doctor in charge, dr medical Radu Rizea, then briefly describes the How phlebolysis works.

A patient describes his experience with phlebolysis xanthelasma, So yellow discoloration on the eyelids.

the treating doctor, dr Tarane Probst, explains the course of treatment from a medical point of view.

dr medical Dirk Wiechert presents patient cases of treated fibroidsto wart and a Huck Embroidery with before and after pictures of these individual cases.

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