Can peripheral vascular disease cause eye pain?

Yes. Vascular disease of the eye leads to ocular ischemic syndrome which causes visual disturbances as well as pain. Seek immediate help.
No. Vascular disease of the artery which supplies the eye (opthalmic artery) can cause visual disturbences / changes but not pain. Consult an opthamologist.
Sort of. Pad is a marker for heart disease and cerebrovascular disease. Vessels to eye can be affected. See ophthalmologist to check.

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Could peripheral vascular disease cause heart attack?

Yes. Majority of heart attacks are from hardening of the vessels caused by plaque build-up which is related to htn, cholesterol, dm and family history. Read more...
NO. Coronary artery disease can cause a heart attack, not peripheral vascular disease. "Peripheral" refers to the extremities (arms & legs), so PVD is blood vessel disease that affects the arms or legs (not the heart). Peripheral artery disease does increase the chances that the same individual may have coronary artery disease of the heart, so it is reasonable to screen PAD partients for heart dis. Read more...

Does peripheral vascular disease cause heart attack? Please, need some answers?

Same disease. Both PVD and coronary artery disease are manifestations of the same disease process, which is atherosclerosis (hardening of arteries). Both are aggravated by smoking and high blood pressure. Both can be improved by exercise, improved diet, weight loss, lipid/cholesterol control and smoking cessation. PVD patients undergoing surgery are at increased risk for heart attack. Read more...

If there's peripheral cyanosis due to peripheral vascular disease and central cyanosis due to heart disease simultaneously how to know each cause?

Combination . Various testing and history and exams. Blue babies are generally central. Some older persons have blocked vessels, bad lungs, and other signs and symptoms. A rare person will have both and several causes: congestive heart failure, smoker- COPD, atherosclerosis and DVT etc. One needs to evaluate multi system. Read more...

Can a broken ankle cause peripheral vascular disease?

Not really. Not really. Pvd is most commonly caused by atherosclerosis. The injury which caused the fracture could also have caused injury to the arteries. We see this in patients who have been in car accidents or dislocate their knee. Read more...
Not likely. Peripheral vascular (arterial) disease (pad) is a more generalized problem than would be caused by a localized injury like a broken ankle. High blood pressure, smoking, obesity, high cholesterol, diabetes, and the like are far more likely causes for pad than a broken ankle would be. Read more...
Unlikely. It could cause local disruption of some vessels so that you could get permenent swelling of that ankle but not so much the "traditional" PVD associated with diseases like diabetes or smoking. Read more...

What causes peripheral vascular disease?

Peripheral vascular. Peripheral vascular can refer to peripheral artery disease (PAD) or peripheral venous disease. PAD can be caused by aging, smoking, high lipids / cholesterol, and genetics among other things. Being elderly, smoking, and diabetes are biggest risk factors. Venous disease is typically genetic (inherited venous insufficiency), but can also be caused by blood clots & trauma to the veins. Read more...

Does chf, neuro cardio syncope cause peripheral vascular disease because when I had a tilt table done, they said that the blood pooled in my feet?

Syncope. No cardio syncope does not cause peripheral vascular disease. When lying down blood is normally pooled in the lower extremities. Read more...
It is not PVD. Blood pooling in legs is not peripheral vascular disease.Blood pooling in legs is the reason for neurocardiogenic syncope.Pvd will be caused by same risk factors as aterosclerotic hd like smoking, high chol, bp, dm. Family history etc. Read more...

Does peripheral vascular disease or mixed connective disease cause skin discolaration on any area of the body? Why?

Maybe. Two very different problems. Arterial insufficiency (pad) can cause the skin to be pale, loss of hair below the mid-shin, and cool feet. Blue or black discoloration indicates threatened tissue and can result in amputation if left untreated. Any dark discoloration or non-healing wound(s) should be evaluated by a vascular specialist as soon as possible. Read more...

What are common symptoms of peripheral vascular disease?

PVD. Pvd can be asymptomatic, the commonest symptom is limb fatigue or cramping with exercise. When limb pain is happening at rest with dvd one may need surgery or stenting procedures to save the limb. Read more...
Limited walking. Claudication is the symptom with pain in calf or thigh with walking and improvement with rest. Read more...
Peripheral vascular. Peripheral artery disease, or "pad" is a blood vessel condition that is usually the result of progressive plaque build-up within the walls of arteries than leads to blockage of blood flow. It can cause leg pain when walking, usually in the calves, pain at rest in the foot or leg, leg numbness or tinlging, coldness or discoloration of the skin, foot or leg ulcers, gangrene, poor healing of wounds. . Read more...