Our experts have published a new review of this increasingly recognized condition that’s predominant among younger women. Cleveland Clinic’s stepwise management approach is featured.
A registry study suggests patients diagnosed with this nonatherosclerotic arterial disease after age 65 can be reassured they’ll likely fare well with medical therapy alone.
When a center has an annual vascular surgery case volume beyond 7,500 and one of the largest vascular medicine programs in the U.S., it’s bound to yield some notable stats. Here’s a sampling.
A government report on the effect of 1990s legislation to overcome gender disparities in clinical research reveals mixed results. Here’s how Cleveland Clinic is working to overcome the differences.
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Fibromuscular dysplasia should be on every primary care physician’s radar because it can lead to spontaneous coronary artery dissection. Prompt referral of patients is key to successful care.
Patients suffer symptoms for four years, on average, before fibromuscular dysplasia is diagnosed. Cleveland Clinic vascular medicine specialists are working on multiple fronts to change that.
Heart attack in a young woman can be caused by sudden coronary artery dissection (SCAD), a condition associated with several underlying pathologies.