Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) is a condition that causes the blood vessels outside the brain and heart to narrow, restricting blood flow to the stomach, kidneys, and extremities. Because the legs aren't receiving enough blood or oxygen, symptoms often include pain or discomfort in the hips, thighs, shins, buttocks, or feet brought on by walking. Various surgical options are available depending on the specifics of your condition.
Carotid Stenosis is the blockage of the carotid artery in the neck, which supplies blood to the brain. It is caused by fatty build-up that accumulates in the vessel's lining and can result in blood clots and stroke. Eradicating your build-up is possible with a range of surgical options.
An aneurysm occurs when arteries or cardiac chambers swell due to damage or weakness in the vessel's wall. Rupture of an aneurysm can lead to severe hemorrhage and sudden death. Avoid aneurysms with treatments that will reduce swelling.
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