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Department of vascular surgery and vein diseases

Dr. med. Pavlos Alevizakos
surgery, vascular surgery and vein diseases

About the department

The department of vascular surgery and vein diseases at MEOCLINIC Berlin is a high-profile facility providing treatment for the vessels. Premium equipment used at the department allows for the fastest diagnosis and safest treatment in the shortest periods. For example, TRIPLEX sonography represents an extended possibility for diagnosis. The experienced vein specialists at the department received information about the condition of the veins and vein valves and the functionality of the veins. Existing or old thromboses can be visualized well with this non-invasive diagnostic method, so the vessels' X-ray with a contrast medium is usually not necessary. Modern treatment techniques are practised in the department. The "Venefit procedure" is a scientifically evaluated modern form of therapy developed in recent years. This minimally invasive procedure for the treatment of insufficient truncal veins has established itself mainly because of its low level of complications and effectiveness. The treated veins remain in the body, have no function, and are no longer visible from the outside. This and other highly specialized procedures are available on an outpatient and inpatient basis.

All aesthetic, minimally invasive, and conventional treatment methods for vascular surgery are carried out in this private practice. In addition, catheter implantation is also possible. Diagnosis mainly consists of different modern types of ultrasound. Sometimes, an X-ray and different kinds of angiography can be used. 

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Treatment and diagnostic focus of the department

Diagnostic procedures:

  • TRIPLEX ultrasound (​​combining different modes such as colour Doppler, spectral Doppler with B-image)
  • Ultrasound Doppler examination of venous valves (provides information about blood flow),
  • Duplex ultrasound examination of veins (combines Doppler with traditional ultrasound),
  • Light reflection rheography or photoplethysmography to measure blood volume in the affected area of ​​the legs 
  • Venous X-ray and venous pressure measurement

Aesthetic treatments:

  • Foam sclerotherapy 
  • Thermal ablation of spider veins using radio waves 

Minimally invasive treatments:

  • Endovenous thermal ablation of the trunk veins (“Venefit procedure”) 
  • Microsurgical phlebectomy (vein removal) 

Conventional treatments:

  • Operations to preserve the saphenous veins according to Chiva 
  • Stripping, according to Babcock 

The venous indwelling catheter (port/Hickman catheter)

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Doctor profile


  • 1986 License to practice medicine after studying medicine at Freie Universität Berlin (FUB)
  • 1989 Doctorate in vascular surgery with the topic "Infrainguinal aneurysms. Etiology, symptomatology, diagnostics and operative results, "at the FUB


  • 1995 Specialist in surgery at the FUB - Campus Charlottenburg and Virchow Klinikum
  • 1999 Specialist in vascular surgery with Prof. Dr. W. Hepp
  • 2000 – 2003 Specialist/senior physician for vascular surgery in various clinics in Berlin and Brandenburg
  • 2003 – 2004 Specialist in the Vascular Surgery Section at Humboldt University – Campus Mitte
  • 2004 – 2009 Senior Physician for Endovascular Vascular Medicine at the Clinic for General and Vascular Surgery at the Franziskus Hospital Berlin – Academic Teaching Hospital of the Charité in Berlin
  • Since 2008 Specialists in vascular surgery, vein diseases in the MEOCLINIC

Awards, memberships, publications

  • Author of 12 publications
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