Carotid Artery Disease
Carotid arteries (right and left) are the main arteries to the brain. The arteries are normally smooth and unobstructed on the inside. In some cases a sticky substance called plaque (atherosclerosis) builds up in the wall of the arteries.
Varicose veins are bulging, palpable veins immediately under the skin.
Treatment of Varicose Veins with Venaseal: The Superglue Treatment
Treatment of Varicose Veins with Venaseal (Superglue Treatment) is a state of the art, minimally invasive, pain free treatment of varicose veins.
Spider veins are visible, but not bulging veins immediately under the skin.
Risk factors include: family history, pregnancy, obesity, prolonged standing or sitting.
Deep venous thrombosis is the formation of blood clot in one of the deep veins. It occurs most of the times in the legs and more rarely in the abdomen, chest or arms. Deep venous thrombosis is a serious condition and needs immediate medical attention. Part of the clot can move through the heart to the lugs creating a condition called pulmonary embolism. In that case the lugs and the heart may overwork and fail creating a life threatening condition for the patient.
Pelvic Congestion Syndrome
Pelvic Congestion Syndrome is a relatively common disease which very often is not diagnosed immediately and may lead to prolonged patient’s suffering.
Embolization is a minimally invasive procedure treating a variety of vascular conditions.
Vascular malformations are abnormal vessels which usually increase in size and cause local symptoms of the affected area.
Diabetes is a systemic disease which affects many organs of the human body. If the arteries are involved, blockages are developed.
The lymphatic system consists of lymph vessels and lymph modes that run through the body. Lymph vessels collect a fluid (called lymph) that is made up of protein, fats, water and wastes from the cells of the body. They carry the lymph to the lymph nodes, where it is filtered and then they return it to the blood circulation. If the lymph vessels or lymph nodes are absent or damaged, lymph cannot circulate and causes swelling ( lymphedema) of the affected arms and legs.
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
Thoracic outlet is a small space between the collarbone and 1st rib. The blood vessels and nerves of the arm are in this space. Thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) is the presence of hand and arm symptoms due to pressure against the nerves or blood vessels in the thoracic outlet area.
Chronic Renal Failure
Dialysis is the most common treatment for kidney failure.
During dialysis, the patient is connected to an artificial kidney machine which removes impurities from the blood.
Erectile dysfunction is a very common condition among men. There are multiple causes, ONE OF THEM IS arterial disease (atherosclerosis). In many cases erectile dysfunction is the first symptom of atherosclerosis.