Understanding Varicose Veins
Varicose veins are visible, bulging unsightly veins in legs. They are not just a cosmetic problem. They can often cause pain, leg heaviness, night cramps, itching or swelling.
Understanding Lower Limb Arterial Diseases (PAD)
If your legs pain while walking, this may be the first indicator of a leg attack, known in medical terminology as Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD).
Endovascular treatment is a non-surgical treatment of disease from within the blood vessel.
Dialysis Access Procedures
Patients with chronic renal failure (Kidney Failure) often require long-term haemodialysis, sometimes twice or thrice a week. They are typically under the care of a physician or nephrologist.
Vascular malformations or birthmarks (often misinterpreted as haemangioma) which are deep or extensive are treated by vascular specialist.
Blockage in the Carotid Artery in neck is a common and important cause for development of brain stroke or paralysis, a potentially disabling and often life-threatening condition.
Treating Leg Ulcers
A leg ulcer is simply a break in the skin of the leg, which allows air and bacteria to get into the underlying tissue.
Treatment of Swollen Legs
Swollen legs due to lymphatic and venous problems are treated by our vascular specialist.
The role of vascular specialist is crucial in vascular emergencies where there is injury to arteries or veins with excess bleeding.
Portal Mesenteric Vascular Diseases
We provide specialised treatment procedures for some relatively rare but complex vascular problems such as, Portal hypertension not well controlled by endoscopic treatment, Mesenteric Ischemia (acute and chronic) etc.