Peripheral Vascular Disease

The human body is complicated, there are millions of nerves, the web of arteries and veins, cells and what not, in short, the complexity of the human body is not easy to decode and when the root cause of the problem is in a vein or artery then the problem can become more complicated. The flexibility of the artery starts deteriorating...

Peripheral vascular disease is a result of arteries getting narrow due to a build-up of fatty deposits or plaque in the arteries lining. This condition of narrowing arteries is medically referred to as atherosclerosis, which ultimately restricts the blood flow to the arms, legs, and other body parts causing severe pain in the limbs.Atherosclerosis is one of the...

The vascular or circulatory system is a network of blood vessels that carry blood to and from the heart. Any disease which impact this system falls under the category of Vascular Diseases. The diseases can range from veins, arteries, vessels those carry lymph to disorders which ultimately affects blood flows. At Artery center when people typically talking about vascular disease,...