A 33-year-old member asked:
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is there any way i can stop pvd enough for now from causing permanent vision problems?

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Dr. Shawn Sarin
22 years experience Vascular Surgery
Complex question: Peripheral vascular disease or peripheral arterial disease can rarely cause visual problems. If you are at the point you have visual problems you may have significant neuro vascular disease. Please consult a vascular specialist for further workup and management.
Answered on Mar 26, 2013
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