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Treatment Options for Peripheral Arterial Disease

Peripheral arterial disease is a complex circulatory disorder with an individual disease pattern. In early stages, non-invasive measures like lifestyle changes and medication may be sufficient to mitigate the symptoms and delay further narrowing of the arteries. In cases of advanced peripheral arterial disease, invasive methods are necessary to widen the affected vessels mechanically. Based on individual risk factors, symptoms, findings and the risk of relapse, a physician will recommend a tailor-made combination of the following treatment options:

- Lifestyle changes and medication
- Minimally invasive treatment
- Balloon angioplasty
- Stenting
- Atherectomy
- Open surgery
- Endarterectomy
- Bypass surgery"

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+Minimally Invasive Treatment

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