A fiber will be introduced in the varice of the legs and will allow thanks to the laser technique to burn the inside of the varix of the legs. This laser will be of specific length (980-1060 ml), this energy will be delivered at the level of the wall, this wall will be burned and the two parts will collaber.

This laser "shot" will be repeated as the probe is gradually removed from the varix of the legs. The varicose vein closes and there will be no more blood inside. This simple technique is only possible in the first stage of the disease when there is no ultrasound Doppler ultrasound point "leak or tap" that supplies varicose veins significantly. The endo-venous laser can only be performed under local anesthesia by tumescence and not under epidural or general anesthesia.

In fact the very cold local anesthetic liquid will be injected around the vein and will provide skin protection to prevent skin burns. The endo-venous laser can only be performed on a leg vein of less than 8 mm rectilinear because the probe is rigid and straight. As always, preoperative registration and postoperative Doppler echo control will be performed. This endo-venous laser requires a great deal of experience and should only be practiced by a vascular surgeon because he alone is able to choose the right technique, the most adapted to the patient.

The venous laser should be performed in the operating room with the same precautions as minimally invasive surgery. This first-stage endo-venous laser disease is an excellent alternative to surgery and allows you to go out at night without pain and walking immediately.