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iliac arteries

What You Need to Know About Iliac Arteries

June 21, 2022

When it comes to peripheral artery disease, two of the most significant arteries to understand […]

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Artery vs. Vein: What is the Difference?

June 14, 2022

It might not seem obvious that there are several key differences between arteries vs. veins, […]

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What Are Warning Signs of Clogged Arteries?

June 7, 2022

An artery is a blood vessel that carries blood from your heart to your legs, […]

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What Happens if PAD Goes Untreated?

May 17, 2022

You may be tempted to put off treatment if you’ve recently been diagnosed with peripheral […]

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10 Common Questions About PAD

April 12, 2022

Has your doctor recently told you that you have peripheral artery disease, or that you […]

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How Do Arteries Supply Blood to the Body?

April 5, 2022

Understanding human anatomy can feel confusing and overwhelming. If you or a loved one has […]

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How to Prevent Foot Ulcers from PAD

March 29, 2022

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a vascular condition that occurs when the arteries become narrowed […]

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Why You Experience Weakness in the Legs While Climbing Stairs

March 1, 2022

The feeling of weakness in the legs isn’t unusual when you’ve been exercising, have spent […]

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can you have pad without high cholesterol

Can You Have PAD Without High Cholesterol?

February 15, 2022

High cholesterol appears on every list of risk factors associated with peripheral artery disease (PAD). […]

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Hair Loss on Legs: Watch Out for Peripheral Artery Disease

February 8, 2022

If you have noticed that you are losing hair on your legs, you may assume it is happening because you’re getting older. If you don’t feel any different or notice other symptoms, it is easy to brush it off without considering more serious underlying issues. Even without detectable symptoms, you may have developed a condition known as peripheral artery disease (PAD).

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