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Top Vascular Surgeons in Miyapur Mathrusree Nagar

Vascular surgery is a medical subspecialty that focuses on problems with the body’s blood vessels, including arteries, veins, capillaries, and lymph vessels. Get the best surgical treatment from the top vascular surgeons in miyapur at MetroCare Hospitals.

Various therapies are used to regain the functioning of these vessels when they lose their power or become blocked. The defects are typically treated with either minimally invasive procedures such as catheterization and radiation, or with traditional surgeries.

The vascular and endovascular surgeons at Metro care hospital are capable of treating people with complicated and severe disorders of the blood vessels and lymph system (vascular diseases). People of all ages receive organized and thorough care from the clinic’s experts. Peripheral artery disease, aortic disease, mesenteric disease, and carotid artery disease are among the conditions treated.

 

Diagnose and Treatment Procedures:

Advanced diagnostic procedures and surgical treatments, such as balloon angioplasty and stenting, bypass surgery, and carotid endarterectomy, are developed and used by MetroCare vascular and endovascular surgeons.

Our surgeons will go over all of your medical options with you, which could include conventional (open) surgery as well as minimally invasive procedures. You’ll decide on the best solution for your situation together. For several people, this may mean minimally invasive procedures established at MetroCare Clinics with excellent results and quick recovery times.

 

FAQ’s

What is chronic venous insufficiency (CVI)?

The disease that causes the most calls SVS affects the veins, which return blood to the heart for more oxygen. The valves in veins drive blood “uphill” to the heart. CVI happens when the valves in your veins (usually in your legs, but also in your arms) fail, causing blood to pool in your extremities and increasing pressure on the vein walls. Valve dysfunction may be inherited or caused by valve destruction following a DVT or blood clot.

 

What is carotid endarterectomy (CEA)?

The neck’s carotid arteries provide oxygenated blood to the brain. To prevent a stroke, a vascular surgeon may recommend that a carotid artery be cleaned out with a CAE procedure if it becomes more than 50% blocked. CEA, like many types of vascular surgery, is always changing, so be sure to ask your surgeon about all of your choices.

 

What is an angiogram?

An angiogram is a form of X-ray that can be used for both diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. It is regarded as the gold standard for determining arterial blockages. An angiogram uses X-rays taken during the injection of a contrast agent to detect blockages (iodine dye).

The procedure gathers data that aids our vascular surgeon in determining the best care choices for you. An angiogram is usually done when you are sedated. Depending on how complicated the test is and how much care is given, the process will take anywhere from 15-20 minutes to several hours.

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