Your vascular system is comprised of many blood vessels which carry blood throughout your body. While veins carry oxygen-poor blood toward your heart, arteries carry the oxygen-rich blood away and out into the rest of your body. Sometimes problems occur in these passageways, leading to health issues. Click through the provided links to learn more about vascular health problems.
A balloon-like dilation occurring when a blood vessel wall weakens.
Blockage of the aorta or the iliac arteries, usually due to buildup of plaque.
Found when blood clots float from your heart or injured artery into your arm.
Disease process leading to hardening and narrowing of your arteries.
A narrowing of arteries throughout your body.
Poor circulation in the vessels supplying blood flow to your mesenteric organs.
The weakening of a blood vessel wall in your abdomen or leg.
Disease in which plaque builds up in the arteries of the legs.
Issues with the renal arteries found in your heart.
When the blood supply to a part of your brain is interrupted.
An expansion of a section of the aorta that slowly degenerates.
Conditions due to the compression of nerves or blood vessels within your arms.
Expansion of the visceral artery due to weakening of the artery wall.
Buildup of plaque in the carotid arteries which supply blood to your brain.
Chronic disease where plaque builds up in the arteries of the legs.
A group of diseases in which insufficient quantities of blood are supplied to the brain.
Infection of the bone, often due to poor blood supply.