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Superficial veins can occur on the skin's surface at any time on the face or the legs, and can vary in size and shape. These veins can be known as: spider veins, telangiectasias, spider angiomas or benign vascular lesions. 

Broken veins begin as tiny capillaries and appear as small red, blue or purple dot that grows into a vein and commonly appears on the surface of the thighs, calves, and ankles. 

Veins can be isolated, with “feeder” veins or with larger underlying varicose veins, they may appear in a spider shape with a group of veins radiating outward from a central point, they may be in a linear pattern that appears as some thin, separate lines or can appear in a pattern that resembles branches on a tree

Broken veins can be unsightly and therefore a cosmetic concern or may cause aching, heaviness, itching and night cramps.

Why do broken veins occur?

Superficial veins are caused by: heredity, pregnancy, hormonal factors, weight gain, occupations or activities that require prolonged sitting or standing, and trauma. 

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