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  • Peripheral Arterial

    Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) is a condition where the arteries become narrowed or blocked (occluded) by a build-up of plaque of fatty deposits called atherosclerosis.

  • Aneurysm

    An artery is a blood vessel that carries oxygen-rich blood from your heart to all the parts of the body. An aneurysm is a condition where the walls of the artery weaken causing swelling of the artery.

  • Carotid Artery

    Carotid arteries are a pair of large blood vessels present on either side of the neck that supply blood to the brain. When these arteries get blocked, it leads to a condition known as carotid artery disease.

  • Varicose

    Varicose veins are swollen, bulging and twisted blue veins which are mainly caused due to high blood pressure inside your veins.

  • Thoracic Outlet

    The thoracic outlet is a small passageway leading from the base of the neck to the armpit and arm. This small area contains many blood vessels, nerves and muscles.

  • Popliteal Artery

    The popliteal artery passes through the knee and calf and supplies the leg. It may rarely get compressed behind the knee leading to pain in young athletes, a condtion called popliteal artery entrapment syndrome.

  • Non-healing

    A wound that doesn't heal after five to eight weeks, even after you've been taking care of it according to your doctor's directions is called a non-healing wound...

  • Renal Vascular

    Renal vascular disease is a medical condition that affects the blood flow into and out of the kidneys. Kidney damage, kidney failure, and high blood pressure are all possible...

  • Pelvic Congestion

    Pelvic Congestion Syndrome (PCS), also known as pelvic venous insufficiency, is one of the causes of chronic pelvic pain in women. PCS is characterized by worsening pelvic pain on sitting or standing...

  • Cosmetic Veins

    These are very small veins (Less than 1.5 mm in diameter) very superficially under the skin which drain into the superficial veins described above. Although part of the normal anatomy, they are not normally visible.

  • Aortic Aneurysm

    Aortic aneurysm is a condition characterized by an abnormal bulging of a section of the large blood vessel called the aorta. The aorta is the major blood vessel that carries oxygenated blood from the heart to the different parts of the body.

  • Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm

    The Aorta is the main Artery carrying the blood from the heart to the rest of the body. In the chest (Thorax) its shape resembles a 'hockey stick', and gives branches which carry the blood to the head and neck.

  • Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm

    This refers to aneurysmal dilatation in the abdominal portion of the aorta. The most common site of AAA occurrence is in the infrarenal portion of the abdominal aorta; that is to say, below where the branches to the kidneys come off. The normal diameter of the abdominal aorta is around 2 cm. Therefore, a measurement above 4 cm is considered aneurysmal.

  • Aortic Dissection

    The aorta is the largest artery in the body. It arises from the left ventricle (one of the four chambers of the heart) and supplies oxygenated blood to the entire body.

  • Aortic Disease

    Aortic disease refers to the various disorders or conditions affecting the aorta. The main diseases of the aorta include: Aortic Aneurysms, Aortic Valve Disease, Aortic Dissection, Penetrating Ulcer

  • Vasculitis

    Vasculitis also known as angiitis or arteritis is a rare autoimmune condition characterized by inflammation and narrowing of the blood vessels. This condition leads to thickening of the wall of blood vessels which limits the blood flow resulting in organ damage if left untreated.

  • Leg Swelling

    Leg swelling refers to swollen or puffy legs that may occur in any region of the legs, including the thighs, calves, ankles, or feet. Leg swelling may have several causes.

  • Claudication

    Claudication, also known as intermittent claudication, is the pain you feel when your leg muscles do not receive sufficient blood while you walk or exercise and is relieved during rest.

  • Carotid Occlusive Disease/ Carotid Artery Stenosis

    Carotid occlusive disease, also known as carotid artery disease or carotid artery stenosis, occurs due to the deposition of plaque (fatty substances) inside the walls of your carotid (neck) arteries.

  • Critical Limb Ischemia

    Critical limb ischaemia (CLI) refers to severe blockage of the arterial blood flow in both upper and lower limbs. It is an advanced stage of Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD).

  • Varicose Veins & Venous Disease

    Venous disease occurs when these valves become weakened or damaged, causing blood to flow down in a retrograde (backward) fashion into the legs and pool in the veins.

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