Arterial leg disease

New research suggests that gene therapy is a safe treatment method to explore in patients whose lower limbs are at...


Clinical researchers at the National Institutes of Health's Undiagnosed Diseases Program ( UDP ) have identified the genetic cause of...


In a study, investigators at UT Southwestern Medical Center found that people with a larger waist-to-hip ratio may be at...


Patients with atherosclerosis in the leg arteries face a substantially increased all-cause and cardiovascular mortality risk. The German epidemiological study on...


Cardiovascular-related morbidity and mortality in patients with peripheral arterial obstructive disease remain high. LIMB study researchers performed an international, multicenter,...


The FDA ( Food and Drug Administration ) has approved Letairis ( Ambrisentan ) for the treatment of pulmonary arterial...


Hypertension and prehypertension in adolescents and young adults was associated with a higher risk of having an abnormally enlarged heart....


A national study of more than 15,000 adults found that African-Americans are more likely to have problems with circulation in...


Researchers at the San Francisco VA Medical Center have uncovered part of the genetic mechanism that causes new arteries to...


The effects of excess weight on heart health can be seen even in adolescents, with abnormal enlargement and impaired pumping...


A study found that 10 easily obtained risk factors, including age, blood pressure and medical history, could help physicians identify...


A study from the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center may help more people save their limbs. This research has been published...


A study on fulminant hepatic failure ( FHF ) examined whether patients would benefit from a transplant. The results, published...


A sleep therapy may have a protective effect against death related to cardiovascular disease in patients with obstructive sleep...


Erectile dysfunction may be a sign that coronary artery disease is developing, even in men without typical risk factors. " We...