Vascular Medicine & surgery

Vascular Medicine & surgery

Aneurysm – In a Nut Shell

This medical condition is marked by the presence of swelled cardiac chamber or artery swelling which can be due to weak wall of vessel or damaged artery. On the basis of damaged artery location it has been into splenic artery aneurysm, Read more…

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Posted by Caroline Bennett - 18/12/2012 at 02:28

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Depression Heightens Peripheral Artery Disease Occurrence

In peripheral artery disease, the blood flow is reduced due to narrowing of artery. A recent study focuses on the fact that depression for a long term gradually exposes the person to the risk of vascular disease like peripheral artery disease. Read more…

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Posted by Caroline Bennett - 14/12/2012 at 08:32

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Vascular Dementia- A Review

One of the most common forms of dementia is Vascular dementia which is marked by reduced blood flow to the brain. This condition can be due occurrence of small strokes which are not harmful but in later stage of life leads to loss of memory. Read more…

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Posted by Caroline Bennett - 01/12/2012 at 02:14

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