Vascular Disease

Vascular Disease

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Duke vascular surgeons treat the entire spectrum of diseases that affect the arteries and blood vessels, from cosmetic disorders like varicose veins to limb-threatening concerns such as peripheral vascular disease. We work closely with heart surgeons, neurosurgeons, and other specialists to coordinate care for the whole body, including the heart and brain. Our ongoing research, combined with our use of sophisticated diagnostic imaging technology and the latest treatment advances, means you receive the best possible care for your condition.

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Internationally Recognized Vascular Disease Experts

International Leaders
Members of our team are responsible for establishing international treatment guidelines for certain vascular diseases and circulatory disorders. This puts us at the forefront for identifying, diagnosing, and treating vascular conditions and ensures you have access the most effective treatment available.

A Team Approach
Because vascular disorders can affect almost any part of the body, our team works with specialists throughout Duke and provides you with a customized treatment plan.

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Advanced Training
Our experts undergo advanced training and certification in their specialties and have the experience to give you the medical and surgical care you need.

Sophisticated Imaging Capabilities
We are one of the few centers in the world to use dynamic-contrast enhanced DCE-MRI. This technology creates images of blood flow in tissues, muscles, bones, and other parts of the body. Our radiologists created the standards for using DCE-MRI in diagnosing vascular malformations.

Innovative Technologies and Techniques
We use the latest technologies and minimally invasive techniques to close varicose veins. We also use the most advanced risk assessment methods and imaging technology to identify and evaluate your carotid artery disease at the earliest possible stage. 
And we are studying the promising use of bioengineered blood vessels in the legs and arms to treat advanced peripheral vascular disease.

Hundreds of Procedures, Years of Experience
Our surgeons perform hundreds of procedures to open blocked arteries and restore healthy blood flow through surgery and other minimally invasive techniques. You benefit from our years of experience.

Consistently Ranked Among the Nation’s Best Hospitals
In addition, Duke University Hospital is proud to be named the best hospital in North Carolina, and nationally ranked in 10 adult and 9 pediatric specialties by U.S. News & World Report for 2019–2020.