For most people with Raynaud’s phenomenon, it requires some extra attention to keeping your hands and feet warm and dry. But rarely, it becomes severe enough to cause ulcers or tissue injury. Here’s what your doctor may do to treat Raynaud’s pain.
Do you know what actually causes varicose veins or the best ways to treat them? Our vascular surgeon clears up some common misconceptions.
Chilblains is a lesser-known kind of skin inflammation cause by an abnormal response by the blood vessels in cold or damp conditions. A vascular medicine specialist explains.
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome occurs when a vein, artery or nerve leading out of a person’s chest to their upper extremity or arm becomes compressed by a rib, collar bone or nearby muscles. Find out if you are at risk.
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Relatively rare, but increasingly studied, blood clotting disorders present at birth can create problems throughout your life. These disorders usually cause blood clots in veins including deep vein thrombosis (DVT) of the arms or legs, pulmonary embolism, and blood clots in the brain, intestines and kidneys. They rarely cause blood clots in the arteries. How … Read More
Vasculitis is a family of diseases many people haven’t heard of. In recent years, however, this has started to change — good news for people with vasculitis and the doctors who care for them. Vasculitis refers to inflammation of the blood vessels. Vasculitis can occur in a number of different ways. It can occur as a secondary … Read More