Suppose I have $V\subset \mathbb{C}^n$ be the zero set of a polynomial $P(z_1, \dotsc, z_n),$ with bounded height of coefficients (where height is, to fix something, $|\log|a||$) and degree $d.$ Suppose I now have a ball $B=B(z_0, r) \subseteq \mathbb{C}^n.$ Is there an upper bound on $2n-2$ dimensional measure of $B\cap V?$

**EDIT** A quasi-answer: Wirtinger's formula (see Griffiths and Harris, p. 31) seems to indicate that the Fubini-Study volume of a $k$-dimensional sub variety $V$ of $\mathbb{P}^n$ equals $\deg(V) \mathrm{vol}(\mathbb{P}^k).$ For *real* algebraic varieties, there seems to be only a Cauchy-Crofton derived inequality, as suggested in the answer.