Duke vascular surgeons treat the entire spectrum of diseases that affect blood vessels. We work closely with other surgeons and specialists to coordinate care for the whole body. By using sophisticated diagnostic imaging technology and the latest treatment advances, we provide the best possible care for your specific condition.
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Why Choose Duke
Highly Experienced, Leading Experts
Our vascular surgeons perform hundreds of procedures each year for a wide variety of vascular conditions. Several of our doctors have helped establish international treatment guidelines for certain vascular diseases and circulatory disorders. This helps our providers stay up-to-date on the latest advances in diagnosing and treating vascular conditions.
Because vascular disorders can affect almost any part of the body and often develop along with conditions like diabetes and heart disease, our vascular experts work with other specialists throughout Duke. Together, they collaborate to provide a customized treatment plan for your specific diagnosis.
Sophisticated Imaging Capabilities
We are one of the few centers in the world to use dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI (DCE-MRI). This technology uses a contrast dye to capture accurate 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.
We use the latest technologies and minimally invasive techniques to manage venous and arterial diseases. We are involved in many clinical trials investigating new treatments for aortic aneurysms, dialysis access, carotid artery disease, and peripheral artery disease. We treat all types of vascular disease with the most up-to-date, proven methods.
Duke University Hospital is proud of our team and the exceptional care they provide. They are why we are once again recognized as the best hospital in North Carolina, and nationally ranked in 11 adult and 9 pediatric specialties by U.S. News & World Report for 2021–2022.