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Vascular disease refers to an abnormality of the veins or arteries. Sequoia Hospital’s Heart and Vascular Institute treats conditions like aortic aneurysms, atherosclerosis, carotid artery disease, and peripheral artery disease (PAD).
Vascular disease is fairly common and results from the degeneration of normal arteries and veins. It happens as you age, and can be made worse by certain factors that damage blood vessels. Treatments aimed at reducing vascular damage can slow down and sometimes reverse vascular disease, giving the body a chance to heal itself. When that doesn’t happen, surgery may be required.
Vascular conditions can be divided into diseases of the arteries (arterial) and diseases of the veins (venous).
Common procedures performed include:
As an affiliate heart program, we can bring Cleveland Clinic education to your desktop or mobile device. To learn more about heart disease and treatments options, please review the educational material on the Cleveland Clinic site: Heart Disorders & Patient Education.
To learn more about our services, call 844.858.2114. To find a doctor who specializes in vascular services, use our Find a Doctor tool.