Vascular conditions affect the veins and arteries in the body, which conduct oxygen to every living cell. In many cases, vascular conditions can be treated without surgery.
Even so, it’s important to see a vascular surgeon, as these problems can impact other parts of your body.
Exercise, diet, or medication may be prescribed as a first step in regaining your vascular health. Should surgery be needed, our physicians are experienced in every type of surgical intervention, and successfully perform over 1,000 procedures annually, with excellent results.
When the wall of a blood vessel weakens, a balloon-like enlargement called an aneurysm can develop.
Carotid Artery Disease
If too much plaque builds up in the carotid artery it can cause the artery to narrow (carotid stenosis).
Deep Vein Thrombosis
The condition occurs when your blood thickens into a clump that becomes solid, forming a clot.
Peripheral Arterial Disease
This is a chronic disease in which plaque gradually builds up in the arteries to the legs.
Renal artery stenosis is a narrowing of the arteries that carry blood to one or both of the kidneys.
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