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Peripheral Vascular Disease

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Continuous leg pain, throbbing or numbness could be a sign of peripheral vascular disease (PVD), the partial blockage of oxygen-rich blood in the arteries of your legs or extremities. John Winterton, MD, a board certified cardiologist on staff at Memorial Hospital, discusses the causes and possible treatment options for PVD, including medication, lifestyle changes and a minimally invasive procedure to remove these blockages.