Peripheral Vascular DISEASE
What is Peripheral Vascular Disease?
Peripheral vascular disease means all the vessels Possible (So and lymph ones) outside the heart. As a rule it’s thinning of the vessels did deliver oxygen to arms and legs. The disease does not mean, the problem is in the vessels’ structure.
Arterial form is Usually Caused by fatty deposits (atheromas) in the arteries of legs and arms. The arteries supply oxygenated blood to the body cells, and the restriction of blood flow can lead to diseases of the internal organs.
Sometimes the problem may be short-term, like the Raynaud’s phenomenon. They can be provoked by emotional stress, smoking, cold Temperatures. An example is Buerger’s disease.