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Peripheral Artery Disease

Heart blood vessels - Peripheral Artery Disease

The Section of Vascular Medicine and the Department of Vascular Surgery are dedicated to treatment of patients with vascular disease. For more information on vascular medicine and vascular disease:

In "Peripheral Artery Disease" you will find:

Treatment for varicose veins and spider veins

Vasculitis

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