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Vascular Surgery in Dallas

Care for Complex Vascular Conditions

With Methodist Dallas, you have vascular care nearby. Our vascular surgery program cares for the complex network of veins and arteries that make up your cardiovascular system outside of the heart. We offer diagnostic procedures to identify vascular disease and numerous advanced vascular interventions, including minimally invasive procedures.

To treat underlying or related concerns, vascular conditions may require care from multiple providers. Our vascular surgery team works alongside other specialists, such as cardiology, radiology, primary care, diabetes medicine, and neurology, to offer personalized care to improve your vascular health.

Vascular Conditions Treated

Vascular disease can affect blood vessels throughout your body. From varicose veins to life-threatening vascular emergencies, we care for a wide range of conditions, such as:

  • Aortic aneurysm
  • Carotid artery disease
  • Peripheral vascular disease
  • Thoracic outlet syndrome
  • Varicose veins

Vascular Procedures & Treatments

Our program offers advanced technology and procedures to help diagnose and treat vascular disorders. Many vascular conditions can be treated using a minimally invasive approach, such as endovascular surgery, which uses small incisions and flexible tubes called catheters to reach the veins and arteries.

  • Angiogram – An imaging procedure used to view the blood vessels and help diagnose peripheral arterial disease
  • Aortic aneurysm repair – Both open surgery and endovascular surgery to repair the body’s largest blood vessel
  • Carotid artery endarterectomy – A surgical procedure for carotid artery stenosis to remove the buildup of plaque in one of the arteries in your neck
  • Carotid artery stenting – Places a stent in one of the main arteries in your neck to improve blood flow
  • Dialysis access – Surgical options to create long-term access to the blood vessels for those starting dialysis
  • Iliac vein stenting – Stent placement to improve blood flow in one of the main blood vessels in your pelvis
  • Percutaneous thrombectomy – Uses a catheter to remove a blood clot from a blood vessel
  • Peripheral bypass operations – Surgically treats a blocked blood vessel by rerouting blood flow around the blockage
  • Thoracic outlet decompression – A surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome that relieves the pressure in the nerves and blood vessels near the collarbone
  • Varicose vein treatment – Multiple treatment options for varicose veins based on your individual needs

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