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How Can Uterine Fibroids Affect Your Life? [Dr. Morar]

Choosing to have a hysterectomy to treat uterine fibroids can have unintended and unwelcome consequences. Uterine Fibroid Embolization is a less invasive treatment option that can produce better outcomes for a woman’s reproductive health.

Embolization During Popliteal and Tibial Intervention for CLTI [Dr. Rundback]

A look at the incidence and impact on outcomes. By John H. Rundback, MD; Peter A. Schneider, MD; and Richard E. Fulton, MD Chronic limb-threatening ischemia (CLTI) is a

4 Things to Know About Dialysis Access Management [Dr. Spinowitz]

In hemodialysis access, there is often narrowing within the blood vessels. There could be narrowing within the arteries and veins.

Limb Loss and Limb Difference Awareness Month

Limb Loss in the United States American Endovascular & Amputation Prevention is observing Limb Loss and Limb Difference Awareness Month. April is a time to recognize

Treatment Options for Uterine Fibroids [Dr. Donikyan]

There are minimally invasive-image guided procedures that American Endovascular affiliated physicians use to effectively treat

Are There Other Options Besides Amputation? [Dr.Shams]

For patients with Peripheral Arterial Disease, appropriate wound care can be the difference between amputation and limb salvage.

Arm Swelling with Central Occlusion Case Study Overview [Dr. Spinowitz]

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Side Effects of Uterine Fibroids [Dr. Rundback]

When a woman experiences symptoms typical of uterine fibroids, such as heavy or abnormal bleeding, it is important to have a consultation with a specialist to ensure the right treatment.

Real Limb Salvage Case Study Overview [Dr. Herman]

Dr. Kevin Herman leads the team’s compassionate, patient-centered approach to endovascular care to help you feel at home while you get back on your feet.

Amputation Prevention Presentation CLI Case Overview [Dr. Shams]

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.

What Is Poor Circulation? [Dr. Herman]

Poor circulation in the feet can have devastating consequences when left untreated. What are the signs of poor circulation in the feet and what can be done to treat the resulting issues? Dr. Herman explains What Is Poor Circulation? Watch the videos from the interview with Dr. Herman: What causes poor circulation in the feet?

Who are good candidates for Uterine Fibroid Embolization? [Dr. Shams]

Most patients with symptomatic fibroids, at least 90% of patients that we see with symptomatic fibroids, are good candidates for the Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) procedure. If a patient is pregnant, then they’re not a candidate for the procedure. If the patient wants to become pregnant and is already

What Is Venous Insufficiency? [Dr. Donikyan]

To help the blood make the steep climb up to the limbs, the veins need to work properly & efficiently to get the blood to the heart. Sometimes the veins do not function properly which can be related to pressure, obesity, heredity, valve deficiency, and other causes.  When this happens, blood can pool in the veins

Treatment of Chronic Venous Insufficiency Case Study Overview [Dr. Donikyan]

The Fishkill, NY location provides a full range of minimally invasive-image guided procedures. Dr. Donikyan’s compassionate, patient-centered approach to endovascular care helps you feel at home while you get back on your feet. Patient History and Consultation 76-year-old female presents with severe bilateral

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

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