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Vascular Medicine Section

The Section of Vascular Medicine offers comprehensive care for diseases of the vascular system (blood vessels), including peripheral artery disease, diffuse and premature atherosclerosis, and conditions such as Raynaud's disease. Our specialists diagnose and manage arterial, venous and lymphatic disorders, as well as the acute and long-term care of patients with hypercoagulable disorders.

Other specialized services include a Vascular Medicine Coumadin Program, Lower Extremity Wound Clinic and Peripheral Intervention Program.

The Section of Vascular Medicine is home to one of the most active vascular laboratories, with more than 2,200 clinical studies performed per month.



Vascular conditions treated in the Section of Vascular Medicine include:

The Section of Vascular Medicine provides expertise in venous conditions such as hypercoagulable blood conditions, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), post thrombotic syndrome, chronic venous insufficiency, swollen legs, varicose veins and spider veins. Lymphedema, pseudo-aneurysms, atheroemboli, thromboemboli and nonhealing digital ulcers secondary to connective tissue disease are among the other conditions our specialists manage.

The Section of Vascular Medicine's staff provides expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of fibromuscular dysplasia, lipid disorders and thoracic outlet syndrome.

Specialized clinics offered in the Section of Vascular Medicine include:

Non-Invasive Vascular Testing Yields Fast, Accurate Results

    The non-invasive Vascular Laboratory provides services in both inpatient and outpatient areas. As one of the most active vascular laboratories, more than 2,200 clinical studies are performed per month. The lab is fully digitalized, with computer workstations to receive the immediate transfer of digital information at the time of examination, making physician review of critical images more readily available.

    Studies performed in our vascular laboratory include:

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    Dr. Bartholomew

    Section Head

    John Bartholomew, MD
    Section Head, Vascular Medicine; Director, Thrombosis Center
    Staff physician, Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute

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    John Bartholomew, MD
     

    John Bartholomew, MD

    4.9 out of 5
    82 Patient Satisfaction Ratings 3 Comments
    Bartholomew, John, MD
    216.444.4420

    Location(s): Cleveland Clinic Main Campus, Strongsville Family Health Center

    Department: Vascular Medicine

    Specialties: Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm, Adverse Effects Anticoagulants, Antiphospholipid Syndrome, Aorta Disease, Aortic Aneurysms, Aortic Occlusion (blockage), Arteriosclerosis Obliterans more

    Type of Doctor: Adults Only

    Surgeon: No

    Education: Universidad Autonoma De Guadalajara

     
    Natalie Evans, MD
     

    Natalie Evans, MD

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    37 Patient Satisfaction Ratings 3 Comments
    Evans, Natalie, MD
    216.444.4420

    Location(s): Cleveland Clinic Main Campus

    Department: Cardiovascular Medicine

    Specialties: Antiphospholipid Syndrome, Aorta Disease, Aortic Aneurysms, Arteriosclerosis Obliterans, Atheroembolism, Atherosclerosis (vascular), Atrophie Blanche more

    Type of Doctor: Adults Only

    Surgeon: No

    Education: Drexel University College of Medicine

     
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    Natalia Fendrikova Mahlay, MD

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    33 Patient Satisfaction Ratings 3 Comments
    Fendrikova Mahlay, Natalia, MD
    216.444.4420

    Location(s): Cleveland Clinic Main Campus

    Department: Cardiovascular Medicine

    Specialties: Adverse Effects Anticoagulants, Antiphospholipid Syndrome, Aortic Occlusion (blockage), Arteriosclerosis Obliterans, Atherosclerosis (vascular), Atrophie Blanche, Blood Clots more

    Type of Doctor: Adults Only

    Surgeon: No

    Education: O.Bohomoletz National Medical University

     
    Leslie Gilbert, MD
     

    Leslie Gilbert, MD

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    64 Patient Satisfaction Ratings 5 Comments
    Gilbert, Leslie, MD
    216.444.4420

    Location(s): Cleveland Clinic Main Campus, Beachwood Family Health Center, Chagrin Falls Family Health Center, South Pointe Charles Miner Medical Building

    Department: Vascular Medicine

    Specialties: Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm, Antiphospholipid Syndrome, Aorta Disease, Aortic Occlusion (blockage), Arteriosclerosis Obliterans, Atheroembolism, Atherosclerosis (vascular) more

    Type of Doctor: Adults Only

    Surgeon: No

    Education: Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

     
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    Gomes, Marcelo, MD
    216.444.4420

    Location(s): Cleveland Clinic Main Campus

    Department: Vascular Medicine

    Specialties: Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm, Adverse Effects Anticoagulants, Antiphospholipid Syndrome, Aorta Disease, Arteriosclerosis Obliterans, Atheroembolism, Atherosclerosis (vascular) more

    Type of Doctor: Adults Only

    Surgeon: No

    Education: Rio de Janeiro State University

     
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    Mon. - Fri., 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (ET):
    toll-free 877.843.2781 (877-8Heart1)

    At all other times call Patient Access Services locally 216.444.8302 or toll-free 800.553.5056.

    For Patients

    Cleveland Clinic Heart and Vascular Institute physicians, surgeons, and researchers continue to research into new treatments and therapies with the goal of improving patient care and outcomes into the future.

    Reviewed: 12/14

    Talk to a Nurse: Mon. - Fri., 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. (ET)

    Call a Heart & Vascular Nurse locally 216.445.9288 or toll-free 866.289.6911.

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