What is Peripheral Vascular Disease?


Peripheral Vascular Disease, or PVD, is the narrowing of blood vessels in the body. PVD is caused by fatty cells to line the arteries, restricting the blood flow. PVD also raises your death rate when having a heart attack or stroke.
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