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After three different doctors told Daniel Boynton his leg needed to be amputated, he traveled to Cleveland for a limb- and life-saving procedure.
Do your fingers and toes change color or become painful when exposed to the cold? You could have a common vascular condition known as Raynaud’s syndrome.
Aortic aneurysm is the most common type of aneurysm. But how dangerous is it? A UH vascular surgeon answers some common questions about the condition.
After collapsing at home, a Parma man gets minimally invasive surgery at UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute to repair three ruptured aneurysms.
When 17-year-old Kallen Zarembski noticed his swollen arm, he assumed it was a forgotten hockey injury, but behind the swelling was a rare and life-threatening condition called Paget Schroetter Syndrome.
Maurice Edwards of Cleveland knew he might lose his leg to amputation, but thanks to a novel council at University Hospitals (UH) Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute, he was spared that fate.
Many times, erectile dysfunction is caused by vascular disease. To make a correct diagnosis and choose a treatment with a high chance of success, a team of experts is needed to identify, evaluate, and treat these patients.
People can take steps on their own to improve blood flow in the legs, keep their legs healthy and help prevent varicose and spider veins. Learn how.