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Peripheral Arterial Disease

Video by Heather Gornik, MD

Associate Staff, Clinical Cardiology and Vascular Medicine
Tomsich Family Department of Cardiovascular Medicine

Specialties: general cardiology, vascular medicine, claudication and peripheral arterial disease, vascular ultrasound, Raynaud's Phenomenon, secondary hypertension, atherosclerosis, fibromuscular dysplasia

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Up to 12 million Americans may have peripheral arterial disease (P.A.D.). Dr. Gornik discusses this condition. You will learn about:

  • symptoms of P.A.D.
  • diagnosis of P.A.D.
  • treatment of P.A.D.

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