Peripheral Vascular Intervention
Peripheral Vascular Interventions. When patients suffer from hardening of the arteries, or atherosclerosis, their arteries are partially blocked by a substance called plaque. When these blockages occur in the legs or arms, they are called peripheral artery disease.
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Stasia, a 54-year-old 8th grade math teacher and mother-of-two struggled with varicose veins for nearly eight years before seeking treatment. The avid runner, sailor, tennis player and skier leads an active lifestyle, standing on her feet constantly, which is a known risk factor for the(...)
Vicki, a 48-year-old administrative assistant and office manager, first started experiencing symptoms of her varicose veins when everyday activities such as standing up from her desk or getting out of bed in the morning became painful and tiring. After numerous misdiagnoses of her condition(...)
Robyn, a 34-year-old field recruitment manager in the beauty industry first realized she had varicose veins her freshman year in college. However, it took her 10 years and an impending wedding to seek medical treatment for her condition.
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