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Vascular Management Associates At A Glance

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A vascular surgeon can perform almost all type of vascular-related procedure. Some experts specialize in just one or a couple of types of vascular interventions, for example, embolization, sclerotherapy and so on. Others specialize in several different types of vascular interventions and have their patients come to them for these specialized treatments. Finally, vascular surgeons are well trained in everything related to the body: open, complex and even minimally invasive procedures. By clicking here we get info about Vascular Management Associates, Colts Neck
One typical vascular surgeon specializing in open-angle glaucoma surgery is neurosurgery. It is a branch of medicine dealing with the nervous system and brain. Here, vascular surgeons use surgical instruments to remove excess pressure from the arteries (parietal and carotid arteries) and the veins that supply the arteries. As pressure builds in the arteries, they become inflamed and begin to block blood flow. If left untreated, this result in the stroke of 10% or more. A specialist in neurosurgery can do a great deal to prolong the life expectancy of his or her patients who are affected by this debilitating disease.
Another specialty is vascular surgery, which mainly involves the opening and repairing of blood vessels. This can be done in two different ways: directly and indirectly. In the direct method, the physician inserts a catheter into a particular vein to pump blood. The damaged vessel is then repaired or replaced by the procedure’s device. The indirect method involves the injection of a solution or an immobilizing agent into a particular vessel directly to stimulate its growth.

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