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Can vascular surgery be done on the hand?

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Dr. Randy Hauck
Surgery - Hand Surgery
2 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

The most common vascular problem in the hand is "hypothenar hammer syndrome" in which the ulnar artery clots off.
Sometimes it can be bypassed with a vein graft-similar to heart bypass.

In brief: Yes

The most common vascular problem in the hand is "hypothenar hammer syndrome" in which the ulnar artery clots off.
Sometimes it can be bypassed with a vein graft-similar to heart bypass.
Dr. Randy Hauck
Dr. Randy Hauck
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Dr. Robert Vorhies
Surgery - Vascular

In brief: Yes

Reconstruction of the arteries in the upper extremity is possible down to the palmar arch vessels.

In brief: Yes

Reconstruction of the arteries in the upper extremity is possible down to the palmar arch vessels.
Dr. Robert Vorhies
Dr. Robert Vorhies
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Dr. Raymond Raven
Surgery - Hand Surgery

In brief: Yes

Vascular surgery done in the hand is done by hand surgeons, who have extensive training in bone, ligament, tendon, muscle, nerve, and vessel (vascular) surgery of the upper limb.

In brief: Yes

Vascular surgery done in the hand is done by hand surgeons, who have extensive training in bone, ligament, tendon, muscle, nerve, and vessel (vascular) surgery of the upper limb.
Dr. Raymond Raven
Dr. Raymond Raven
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