Vascular Surgery is a surgical subspecialty that manages a variety of conditions like carotid stenosis, peripheral arterial disease, aneurysms, leg swelling, and varicose veins. It also provides temporary and permanent access for dialysis patients. It emphasizes the role of conservative measures with medical therapy and lifestyle modifications prior to proceeding with an intervention. A vascular surgeon can perform minimally invasive catheter-based interventions as well as open surgical procedures. Hence, he can choose the best option for each individual patient as opposed to some other practitioners who can only do catheter-based interventions.
TCAR is a minimally invasive procedure to prevent strokes. Strokes can be caused by artery blockage. TCAR is an outpatient procedure that can be performed in the office or at a hospital/surgery center.For many people, Varicose Veins are simply a cosmetic concern. What...
Unsightly or uncomfortable varicose veins can cause you distress and can be a symptom of a deeper problem.
Arteries are the blood vessels that carry blood from the heart to the rest of the body. Blockages in arteries can reduce flow to the arm and legs and cause many problems.
ESRD is a major health problem that can result from a variety of reasons. The nephrologist is usually in charge of taking care of medical management. Surgeons provide access for dialysis.
Ballooning of a blood vessel, or an aneurysm, can pose a great risk to life. When this occurs in the largest artery in the body, the aorta, it can burst and that is often fatal.
Leg pain can make daily life difficult and sometimes impossible. At NTSS, we have an expert team to diagnose and manage leg pain when the cause is arterial or venous.
This occurs when plaque accumulates in the wall of the carotid arteries causing narrowing of the lumen and reducing blood flow to the brain.