These are only my personal opinions based on clinical experience.
Cervical varicose veins are caused by abnormal growth of the varicose veins of the upper cervical spine. Cervical varicose veins develop in the lower cervical spine (C4-5) and can be seen in men or women and in a number of other parts of the body. They have no effect on the spine (or spine surgery) but they can make the lower neck look painful and may also cause a high temperature (hypertension). The risk of developing varicose vains increases when the cervix is distended, but also as a result of cervical cancer. There is no cure for cervical varicose veins, but there are treatments that help control them and prevent them. There are a number of different treatments, each having its own strengths and weaknesses. Treatment may involve a variety of treatments, which range from the simple physical removal of the varicose veins, to the use of the special medicines called antihypertensives. Varicose veins can also be treated with surgical excision. This process, which involves removing the vein through the uppermost part of the cervix, has been used in the treatment of other types of varicose veins. In fact, this treatment is widely used to treat varicose veins and also in other conditions. In the United States, most medical practitioners perform this treatment.