Vascular Surgery

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"The vascular surgery division is committed to making patient care our top priority. We are training the next generation of premier vascular surgeons and engaging in research that will bring about the newest vascular disorder treatments."

Vascular surgery

Vascular surgeons diagnose and manage conditions affecting the circulation, including disease of the arteries and veins. we treat all parts of the vascular system apart from the heart and the brain.

Division of Vascular Surgery

The Division of Vascular Surgery at AMRITDHARA my Hospital provides comprehensive vascular care for patients with all stages and types of peripheral circulatory disease, from diagnosis and treatment to medical management of the disease.  Our vascular surgeons specialize in open, hybrid, and minimally invasive endovascular procedures to diagnose and treat aneurysms, blocked arteries, blood clots, varicose veins, as well as compromised blood flow to the brain, intestines, and kidneys.  Treatments for vascular disease depend on the type, location, and severity of the condition.

Our team offers multidisciplinary care as we work with patients to understand the benefits and risks of each treatment option while coordinating consultations with specialists including cardiac surgery, nephrology, and cardiology, to provide a seamless experience for patients and their families

 

Conditions Treated

  • Varicose Veins

  • Blood clots (Deep Vein Thrombosis)

  • Aneurysms

  • Lower limb Arterial angioplasty/ stenting for leg gangrene

  • Non healing Venous ulcers

 

What are Varicose Veins?

Varicose veins are swollen, twisted veins that you can see just under the skin. They usually occur in the legs.

Risk Factors of Varicose Veins

  • Old Age
  • Family history of varicose veins
  • Pregnancy
  • Obesity
  • Tobacco use

Symptoms of Varicose Veins

  • Bulging veins: Twisted, swollen, rope-like veins are often blue or purple. They appear just below the surface of the skin on the legs, ankles and feet. They can develop in clusters. Tiny red or blue lines (spider veins) may appear nearby.
  • Heavy legs: Muscles in the legs may feel tired, heavy or sluggish, especially after physical activity.
  • Itching: The area around the varicose veins may itch.
  • Pain: Legs may be painful, achy or sore, especially behind the knees. You might have muscle cramps.
  • Swelling: The legs, ankles and feet can swell and throb.
  • Skin discolorations and ulcers:  If left untreated, varicose veins can cause brown discolorations on the skin. Venous ulcers (sores) on the skin can result from severe varicose veins.

Why you shouldn’t neglect varicose veins?

If neglected Varicose veins can cause

  • Leg ulcer
  • Leg pigmentation: Skin changes- darkening of the skin, dry skin, itching, contraction of
    the skin.
  • Leg swelling
  • Leg Vein Thrombosis: Sudden pain may indicate clotting of blood in the vein.
  • Sudden bleeding from a long-standing vein.

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Office Address

AMRITDHARA, my Hospital
ITI Chowk, Karnal - 132001
Haryana, India

Phone Number

Front Desk: 0184-4098100, 9034749091
Emergency: 0184-4098539

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