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What type of doctor specializes in treating peripheral vascular diseases?

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Dr. Gary Tannenbaum
Surgery - Vascular
5 doctors agree

In brief: Vascular surgeon

Vascular surgeons are specially trained to treat peripheral vascular disease both with our without surgery.
This includes disease involving the aorta, arteries of the neck, limbs, and abdominal organs. Other specialties can treat some of these issues but a board-certified vascular surgeon is the best option for patients with these problems.

In brief: Vascular surgeon

Vascular surgeons are specially trained to treat peripheral vascular disease both with our without surgery.
This includes disease involving the aorta, arteries of the neck, limbs, and abdominal organs. Other specialties can treat some of these issues but a board-certified vascular surgeon is the best option for patients with these problems.
Dr. Gary Tannenbaum
Dr. Gary Tannenbaum
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Dr. Robert Cuff
Surgery - Vascular
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Vascular specialists

Vascular surgeons, vascular medicine internists, cardiologists, and interventional radiologists all specialize in treating pad.
They differ in the types of treatment they may offer.

In brief: Vascular specialists

Vascular surgeons, vascular medicine internists, cardiologists, and interventional radiologists all specialize in treating pad.
They differ in the types of treatment they may offer.
Dr. Robert Cuff
Dr. Robert Cuff
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