Treatment Options for Peripheral Arterial Disease [Dr. Donikyan]

Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) is a circulatory system condition caused by the gradual buildup of cholesterol plaque in the arteries. Though PAD can occur anywhere in the endovascular system, it is most frequently found in the legs. If you or someone you know may be suffering from Peripheral Arterial Disease, it is critically important to

Uterine Fibroid Embolization [Dr. Shams]

What is Uterine Fibroid Embolization?   There are many treatments for uterine fibroids. One surgical option is a hysterectomy – the removal of the entire uterus. For patients after menopause who still have symptomatic fibroids, a gynecologist may recommend a hysterectomy as an option. If a patient still wants to have children, a gynecologist may

Pedal Arch Reconstruction Case Study Overview [Dr. Rundback]

Dr. John H. Rundback specializes in complex endovascular interventions—treating the most challenging cases of Critical Limb Ischemia and Peripheral Artery Disease. Patient History and Consultation A 92-year-old woman with painful digital ulceration and focal gangrene left foot DESPITE RECENT OUTSIDE FEMOROPOPLITEAL ANGIOPLASTY. Cardiovascular risk factors are age, HTN, dyslipidemia.  She does not have a history

What is the Pedal Loop Technique? [Dr. Rundback]

Regarded as one of the nation’s most respected and admired Interventional Radiologists, Dr. John H. Rundback specializes in complex endovascular interventions—treating the most challenging cases of Critical Limb Ischemia and Peripheral Artery Disease. Dr. Rundback explains the pedal loop technique. Watch the videos from the interview with Dr. Rundback: How does the Pedal Loop technique

Critical Limb Ischemia – Severe Claudication Amputation Prevention Case Study Overview [Dr. Abadir]

Dr. Abadir received specialty fellowship training at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital. He is board certified by the American Board of Radiology in Diagnostic Radiology, with a certificate of added qualification in Vascular & Interventional Radiology. Patient History and Consultation 80-year-old patient with severe claudication and rest pain of the LLE.  The patient was only able to

Critical Limb Ischemia Amputation Prevention Case Study Overview [Dr. Shams]

Dr. Joseph Shams has a long and distinguished career as an Interventional Radiologist. Dr. Joseph Shams leads the team’s compassionate, patient-centered approach to endovascular care to help you feel at home while you get back on your feet. Patient History and Consultation 93-year-old female who presents with painful, ruborous, cold right toes and focal, spotty

How To Live With Peripheral Arterial Disease [Dr. Herman]

A leading authority on Peripheral Arterial Disease and Critical Limb Ischemia, Dr. Herman has earned a reputation as one of the most skilled interventional radiologists on the east coast. Peripheral Artery Disease is common and treatable. The key is recognizing the warning signs so it can be treated early before it progresses. Watch the videos

What are uterine fibroids, risk factors, and symptoms? [Dr. Shams]

 What are uterine fibroids? Uterine fibroids are small benign tumors that grow within the uterus. They can originate as a single growth or in clusters. Unlike cancerous tumors, they rarely spread to other organs in the body. Fibroids can occur in different parts of the uterus and are described in four ways: A submucosal

Details Of Dialysis Access Management. [Dr. Spinowitz]

Dialysis Access Management – When AV fistulas or grafts malfunction—usually as a result of narrowing or blockage due to frequent use—American Endovascular affiliated physicians can help remedy the problems using an array of minimally invasive procedures designed to restoring blood flow and prolong the longevity of the access so dialysis can continue. Dr. Spinowitz explains

Limb Salvage vs. Amputation – Dr. Herman Case Study Overview

A leading authority on Peripheral Artery Disease and Critical Limb Ischemia, Dr. Herman has earned a reputation as one of the most skilled interventional radiologists on the east coast. In addition to his work through Endovascular & Amputation Prevention, LLC located in West Orange, New Jersey. Patient History and Consultation A 69-year-old male with multiple

The Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) Procedure. [Dr. Donikyan]

If you or someone you know may be suffering from Peripheral Arterial Disease, it is critically important to be evaluated by a medical professional. The American Endovascular affiliated team of physicians is at the forefront of the detection and treatment of PAD. Our array of minimally invasive-image guided treatment options can restore blood flow and

Dr. Rundback Case Study Overview – Limb Salvage Procedure

Regarded as one of the nation’s most respected and admired Interventional Radiologists, Dr. John H. Rundback specializes in complex endovascular interventions—treating the most challenging cases of Critical Limb Ischemia and Peripheral Artery Disease. In addition to his work through Endovascular & Amputation Prevention, LLC located in West Orange, New Jersey. Patient History and Consultation This

Tips For Caretakers Of Loved Ones With PAD. [Dr. Rundback]

Peripheral Artery Disease occurs when blood flow to the extremities—in most cases legs and feet—becomes blocked due to the buildup of plaque in the arteries. Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI) is the most severe form of PAD, causing leg pain at rest, poorly healing foot wounds, or gangrene. Dr. Rundback discusses tips for caretakers of loved ones with

Dr. Abadir Case Study Overview – Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI)

 Dr. A. Ramsey Abadir is board certified by the American Board of Radiology in Diagnostic Radiology, with a certificate of added qualification in Vascular & Interventional Radiology. Patient History and Consultation 82 year-old male with painful blistering ulcerations on the anterior surface of the left lower leg progressively worsening over 4 months despite wound

How Interventional Radiology Works. [Dr. Patil]

Interventional radiology is a specialty within the field of radiology that focuses on image-guided procedures. We use imaging to guide procedures in arteries and veins. We can do procedures to open these blood vessels up with balloons, stents, and other tools. Dr. Patil explains how Interventional Radiology works. Watch the videos from the interview with

The Uterine Fibroid Embolization Process At American Endovascular. [Dr. Donikyan]

The American Endovascular affiliated team of physicians is at the forefront of this breakthrough in uterine fibroid treatment. These physicians are among the nation’s most experienced at treating patients with uterine fibroids. They offer Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE), minimally invasive-image guided procedure with fewer complications, quicker recovery times, and without a hospital stay. Dr. Donikyan

Dr. Shams Case Study Overview – Amputation Prevention

 Dr. Joseph Shams, an interventional radiologist at American Endovascular and Amputation Prevention. In today’s case study, we are going to talk about a non-healing wound and how we were able to prevent amputation. Saving limbs that others cannot. Patient History and Consultation 38 year old, 300 lb male presents with large poorly healing ulceration

The Importance Of Foot Health When You Have PAD. [Dr. Rundback]

A common symptom of Critical Limb Ischemia is known as ischemic rest pain, which is an intense pain in the legs & feet which can be so severe it can often wake people when sleeping. Sometimes temporary relief occurs when dangling the legs, or standing. Dr. Rundback explains the importance of foot health when you have

Different Modes Of Dialysis Access Management. [Dr. Spinowitz]

Physicians can offer multiple treatment options to prolong the life of fistulas and grafts, diminishing the need to put patients through multiple access surgeries at American Endovascular affiliated centers. The American Endovascular team of affiliated physicians specializes in complex endovascular care and are leading experts in dialysis access management. They know what it takes to

How Uterine Fibroid Embolization Treats Fibroids. [Dr. Abadir]

UFE is a procedure that deprives the fibroids of their blood supply. Without blood, the fibroids will stop bleeding and shrink. UFE is clinically proven to reduce the size and symptoms of fibroids. Using direct image guidance, an American Endovascular affiliated Interventional Radiologist (IR) inserts a thin catheter into the artery at the top of