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Preventing the development of peripheral vascular disease

Peripheral vascular disease is a condition affecting the body's vascular system where arteries become narrower and consequently blood flow is reduced. We invited leading consultant vascular and endovascular surgeon Mr Mohamed Abdelhamid to explain what factors make someone at high risk of developing the condition and what role exercise can play in preventing, and even reversing, the development of peripheral vascular disease.

Cramp-like pain in the legs? What you should know about peripheral vascular disease

Peripheral vascular disease is a condition where blocked arteries restrict blood flow, causing cramp-like pain in the legs and, in some patients, pain in the feet while resting. In this article highly esteemed consultant vascular and endovascular surgeon Mr Mohamed Abdelhamid gives expert insight on the condition's symptoms and diagnosis as well as treatment options.

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