Vascular Surgery Clinic
Director: Thomas W Wakefield, M.D.
Diseases and conditions affecting the arteries and veins of the circulatory system form the focus for the U-M Cardiovascular Center's Vascular Programs. From hypertension (high blood pressure) to aortic aneurysms, these programs offer medical, surgical and minimally invasive options for care.
Patients seeking evaluation and care planning are seen first in the Vascular Medicine clinic, with many diagnostic examinations carried out in the Diagnostic Vascular Unit. Additional care provided by vascular surgeons and interventional cardiologists and radiologists is coordinated through these programs, as are rehabilitation and follow-up care options.Among the more common entities treated are:
- Abdominal aortic aneurysms
- Aneurysms of all peripheral arteries
- Carotid Disease
- Cerebrovascular insufficiency
- Complex venous disease
- Mesenteric and renovascular disease
- Non-atherosclerotic vascular disease: Raynauds and VasculitisBR>
- Raynaud's disease
- Upper and lower extremity ischemia
Complete noninvasive assessments of arterial and venous disease are available to patients.
Appointment Number: 888-287-1082
1500 East Medical Center Drive
Floor 3 Reception: B
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5329
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