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How is smoking related to peripheral vascular disease?
7 doctors weighed in

Dr. Eric Berkowitz
Radiology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Damages vessels
Smoking directly damages the blood vessel walls, causing blockages.

In brief: Damages vessels
Smoking directly damages the blood vessel walls, causing blockages.
Dr. Eric Berkowitz
Dr. Eric Berkowitz
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Dr. Steven Busuttil
Tobacco use is the number 1 controllable risk factor for Peripheral Vascular Disease
Dr. Anthony Mosley
Neurology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: What type?
Nf-1 has classic skin manifestations - one just examines skin to see if criteria for the number/size of nevi and ash-leaf spots on the skin are seen.

In brief: What type?
Nf-1 has classic skin manifestations - one just examines skin to see if criteria for the number/size of nevi and ash-leaf spots on the skin are seen.
Dr. Anthony Mosley
Dr. Anthony Mosley
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