Search - Peripheral Angioplasty
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DescriptionPlaque deposists may build up in one or more peripheral arteries, thereby blocking flow of blood to hands, arms, feet or legs. Peripheral Angioplasty is a non-surgical procedure to widen the narrowed or blocked blood vessels that supply blood to hands, arms, feet or legs. A metal stent is often placed across the artery wall to keep the walls of the artery from narrowing again. Peripheral Angioplasty can be done in AortaArtery in the pelvisArtery in the thighArtery behind the kneeArtery in the lower legArtery in the hand Aorta Artery in the pelvis Artery in the thigh Artery behind the knee Artery in the lower leg Artery in the hand
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