Vascular problems can be serious, sometimes causing critical complications. Fortunately, there are sophisticated surgical approaches to treating them.
Vascular malformations are irregularities in arteries, veins, or lymph vessels throughout the body. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) is a systemic disorder of narrowed peripheral blood vessels resulting from a buildup of plaque. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Peripheral artery disease can narrow and harden the arteries, restricting the flow of blood from the heart. If it is caught early enough, vascular surgeons can draw from a toolbox of treatments.
Lymphedema is a condition in which fluid builds up in the soft tissues of the body. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Diagnostic radiology can detect carotid artery disease, the narrowing or blockage of the blood vessels transporting blood to the brain, face and neck.
For people having a hernia repair, anesthesiologists work alongside surgeons to ensure the patient's comfort and safety during the procedure.
The term “varicose veins“ refers to twisted, enlarged veins that are most common in the hands and feet. Learn about symptoms and treatment.