Vascular Surgery Services in Tuscon, AZ

For superior diagnostic and surgical technology, look no further than the Arizona Endovascular Center. Our team of vascular surgeons offer life-saving vascular care for pain and treatments to prevent loss of limbs, strokes, aneurysm ruptures, and varicose veins.
 
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We are proud to be professionally affiliated with a select group of advanced institutions. Together we provide our patients with cutting edge medical skills and technologies including:

Vascular Disease Treatments For Spider Veins & Varicose Veins

Spider veins and varicose veins are very common vascular problems affecting Americans, up to 40% of women and 25% of men. At Arizona Endovascular Center, we understand that spider veins and varicose veins can be at unsightly and embarrassing, sometimes even painful. Fortunately, quick, effective treatments often take just one visit! When it comes to treating varicose and spider veins and their underlying causes, we are your local specialists.

Spider Veins & Varicose Veins Treatments

 
  • Microphlebectomy
 
  • Radio Frequency Ablation


 
  • Injection Sclerotherapy
 

Carotid Arterial Surgery

Carotid arterial surgery (CEA) is performed to restore regular blood flow to the brain and facial area and prevent the possibility of stroke. Carotid arteries can become blocked by plaque or blood clots and can lead to strokes and transient ischemic attacks (TIA). This type of surgery opens or cleans the carotid artery, thus returning proper blood flow to the brain.

If you've experienced the following, we may recommend carotid arterial surgery:
 
  • Stroke
 
  • Transient Ischemic Attacks (TIA)
 
  • Severe Blockage Of Your Carotid Artery
 

Treatments Include:

 
  • Endarterectomy
 
  • Stent
 
 
 
 

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA)

Every year, more than 200,000 Americans are diagnosed with an abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA). When the wall of a blood vessel weakens, a balloon-like dilation called an aneurysm sometimes develops. An abdominal aortic aneurysm happens most often in the abdominal aorta, an essential blood vessel that supplies blood to your legs and the rest of your body. A ruptured AAA is a serious condition and is the 15th leading cause of death in the US. At Arizona Endovascular Center, our goal with aneurysm surgery is to prevent the aorta from rupturing.
 
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Causes & Symptoms of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA)

The cause of aneurysms stem from a weak or damaged blood vessel wall.
 
Contributing factors include:
  • Atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries)
  • High blood pressure
  • Cigarette smoking
  • Inflammation or infection
  • Hereditary
 
Symptoms May Include:
  • No Symptoms
  • Sudden, Severe Back Pain or Abdominal Pain
  • Discolored Toes, Pain, Sores on Feet or Toes
 
Treatments Include:
  • Traditional Open Repair
  • Endograft (Stent)
 

Treatments & Diagnosis For Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA)

Treatment depends on the size and the growth rate of your AAA. We may recommend anything from carefully monitoring the AAA to emergency surgery.

Other Treatments Include:

Peripheral Arterial Disease

Does your leg hurt or give out when you climb stairs or take a stroll? Pain or Fatigue in your buttock or calf may be due to peripheral artery disease. Because this condition reduces blood flow to your lower body, your muscles cramp during activity. There's no magic cure for peripheral artery disease. But, lifestyle changes and medical treatment can help you become more active again and may prevent progression of the disease.

Symptoms May Include:
 
  • Painful Cramping in Lower Extremities
  • Cycles of Pain (Claudication)
  • Leg numbness or weakness
  • Coldness in your lower leg or foot, especially when compared with the other side
  • Sores on your toes, feet or legs that won't heal
 
  • A change in the color of your legs
  • Hair loss or slower hair growth on your feet and legs
  • Slower growth of your toenails
  • Shiny skin on your legs
  • No pulse or a weak pulse in your legs or feet
 

Treatments For Peripheral Arterial Disease

 
  • Balloon/Stent Angioplasty
 
  • Bypass Surgery
 

 

Renal Arterial Disease

Renal artery disease may be defined as a narrowing of the blood supply to the kidneys. When the kidneys have a normal blood supply, they filter toxins from the blood and help to keep blood pressure in the normal range. When the renal artery disease affects the kidneys, it can lead to severe high blood pressure (hypertension), poor kidney function or even kidney failure and dialysis.

Causes of Renal Artery Disease

Renal Artery Disease is most often caused by either atherosclerosis (also called "hardening of the arteries") or fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD). When atherosclerosis or FMD affects the kidney, it can cause uncontrolled high blood pressure. The condition is known as renovascular hypertension

Treatments For Artery Disease

 
  • Balloon/Stent Angioplasty
 
  • Bypass Surgery
 
Call the Arizona Endovascular Center to schedule an appointment today! (520) 296-5500