Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a disorder of the blood circulation characterized by decreased blood flow to the limbs due to a narrowing of the arteries. It more commonly involves the lower limbs. As much as the heart and the arteries in limbs may sound unrelated, peripheral artery disease (PAD) can affect your heart health. ...
Category: Peripheral Arterial Disease
If you think you might be at risk for developing a vascular problem, there are crucial steps that you can take today.
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Read on to learn the facts about peripheral artery disease, how common it is, and what patients need to know.