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Welcome, Camille Phuc Le, MD, FACC

Cardiologist in Mesa and Gilbert, AZ Dr. Camille Phuc Le is Board Certified in Cardiovascular Disease, Echocardiography, and Nuclear Cardiology. She completed her Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease at Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois and her Internal Medicine residency at the University of California, Sacramento. Dr. Le earned her Doctorate of Medicine and her undergraduate

when to get spider veins treated.

When to Get Spider Veins Treated

Spider veins can occur when the valves in your veins stop working properly. Spider veins are small varicose veins that appear in web-like red and blue patterns on your legs, often changing their appearance. While most often these veins are small enough not to cause pain or swelling, they can distort the appearance of your

Bulging Veins in the Hands.

Bulging Veins in Your Hands? We Can Help!

You may have noticed bulging veins in your hands, especially if you’ve been doing something active, or it’s a warm day. But you’re probably wondering what causes hand veins to be more pronounced, and whether you need to worry about that. The short answer is that many people experience this, and there are several common

Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT).

Symptoms of a DVT

Deep vein thrombosis, or DVT, is a blood clot that forms in a deep vein located in the body. They often form in the legs, but they can occur in deep veins in other locations throughout your body. A DVT requires immediate treatment and can result in life-threatening conditions. While a DVT can occur with

woman holding birth control pills.

Your Leg Veins Will Be Affected by Birth Control Use

Leg vein disorders such as spider veins and varicose veins are conditions that affect around half of the adult population in the United States, with women making up the majority of cases. What many women who suffer from these disorders don’t realize, though, is that the birth control they are taking may be exaggerating the