Peripheral Vascular Surgery
Peripheral Vascular Surgery is a likely treatment option when minimally invasive techniques are no longer possible. In order to remove plaque build-up within the arteries, a bypass procedure is performed. During bypass surgery, a healthy blood vessel segment from the leg, or even an artificial blood vessel, is used to reroute the blood and bypass the clogged area. This treatment option is used for the treatment of vascular conditions such as peripheral artery disease and peripheral vascular disease.