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Peripheral Vascular Disease ScreeningsPeripheral vascular disease (PVD) is a serious condition that affects millions of Americans—often without their knowledge. Peripheral vascular disease can occur as a result of a narrowing of the blood vessels outside the heart that can reduce or stop blood flow. The most common type is peripheral artery disease—usually occuring in the legs—causing them to hurt or feel numb.
PVD is often a sign that patients also have narrowed arteries in the heart and brain, which can lead to a heart attack or stroke. Early detection for PVD is essential.
MemorialCare provides low-cost, noninvasive vascular screenings to detect PVD. Contact one of our centers. Results could literally save your life.
Should you make an appointment for a PVD screening?
Peripheral vascular disease screenings are recommended if you: Peripheral vascular disease screenings may include:
Contact one of our heart & vascular care centers to schedule a screening—results could literally save your life.