OverviewBy Mayo Clinic Staff
The Vascular Center at Mayo Clinic in Arizona offers coordinated and comprehensive care to patients who have vascular diseases. The center offers innovative diagnosis and treatment for diseases of the arteries, veins and lymph vessels.
Each year, thousands of patients are treated for vascular diseases at Mayo Clinic. Physicians in the Vascular Center are internationally recognized for their expertise in traditional open surgery and minimally invasive endovascular procedures.
Physicians at Mayo Clinic are highly knowledgeable and experienced in the treatment of many types of vascular diseases. A team of specialists in vascular medicine, vascular surgery and diagnostic and interventional radiology provides patients the most appropriate, personal and thorough care. This collaborative approach, paired with Mayo Clinic's exceptional facilities and technology, strengthen the Vascular Center staff's effectiveness in treating vascular diseases.
The Vascular Center in Arizona operates two specialty clinics, the Varicose Vein Clinic and the Vascular Malformation Clinic.
Skilled specialists in the Varicose Vein Clinic offer advanced diagnostic and treatment options for varicose veins. Patients visiting Mayo Clinic for varicose vein treatment receive comprehensive care tailored to their needs. Diagnostic tests such as the duplex ultrasound evaluation are used to diagnose varicose veins. Specialists in the Varicose Vein Clinic are highly skilled in the use of traditional and novel procedures to treat varicose veins.
Physicians in the Vascular Malformation Clinic treat several types of vascular malformations. Vascular malformations may present differently among patients and cause different problems. The Vascular Malformation Clinic addresses vascular malformations on an individual basis. The collaboration of physicians and surgeons in the Vascular Malformation Clinic ensures that patients receive comprehensive medical and surgical management of vascular malformations.