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Peripheral Vascular Intervention

Peripheral vascular intervention (PVI), also known as peripheral artery intervention, encompasses a variety of different minimally invasive percutaneous procedures used to treat peripheral artery disease (PAD). PAD is a condition in which the arteries outside the heart, typically in the legs and feet, become narrowed or blocked usually due to the buildup of plaque. PVI aims to restore blood flow in these peripheral arteries, relieve symptoms, and prevent complications.

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