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Peripheral vascular disease, also called PVD, refers to any disease or disorder of the circulatory system outside of the brain and heart. The term can include any disorder that affects any blood vessels. It is, though, often used as a synonym for peripheral artery disease.PVD is the most common disease of the arteries. The build-up of fatty material inside the vessels, a condition called atherosclerosis or hardening of the arteries, is what causes it. The buildup is a gradual process. Over time, the artery becomes blocked, narrowed, or weakened. For more info visit our official page https://drjathinsveincenter.com/peripheral-vascular-disease/

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