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Overview of Aneurysms New York, NY

Overview of Aneurysms

Vascular Surgery New York NY

An aneurysm is defined as an “abnormal bulge or ballooning in the wall of a blood vessel.” Aneurysms can develop in several parts of the body, and they can be extremely dangerous, even leading to death. The scariest thing about aneurysms is that they typically do not have symptoms associated with them, so people generally… Continue Reading

Transient Ischemic Attack – TIA

Vascular Problems New York NY

The carotid arteries are the two main blood vessels in the neck, which supply critical blood supply and oxygen to the brain. When these arteries are diseased and begin to have plaque buildup, they can cause people to experience a transient ischemic attack (TIA), also known as a mini-stroke. A transient ischemic attack is a… Continue Reading

Understanding Dialysis

Kidneys New York, NY

The kidneys get very little attention. Even when people have the urge to urinate, they typically do not think about their kidneys – they are just thinking about how quickly they can find a restroom. However, the kidneys are two vital organs for good health. They act as filters for the blood, removing waste, toxins,… Continue Reading

Thrombectomy 101

Medical Professional New York, NY

Many people hear of someone having a blood clot, but they are unfamiliar with the specifics of this dangerous condition. A blood clot is a clump of blood that has changed from a liquid to a gel-like or semisolid state. When the clot occurs within an artery, it can prevent blood from flowing to and… Continue Reading

Kidney Transplant: What You Need to Know

Surgeons Preparing to Perform Vascular Surgery

A kidney transplant is a surgical procedure in which a healthy kidney from a living or deceased donor is placed into a person whose kidneys no longer function properly. Kidney (renal) diseases are the ninth leading cause of death in the United States. Risk factors for this disease include diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease,… Continue Reading

Catheter Angiography

Vascular Doctor New York NY

If you can remember back to your Biology class in high school or college, you will recall the intricacies of the network of tubes within the vascular system. These tubes, some big and some small, work to move blood throughout the body. Knowing the intricate design of the human body makes it easy to understand… Continue Reading

Diabetes and Amputation

Diabetic Foot Pain New York NY

Diabetes is a disease that involves problems with the hormone insulin. Diabetes can occur when the pancreas produces little or no insulin, or when the boy does not respond appropriately to insulin. While many people can manage this disease through diet and medical interventions, diabetes can put people at a higher risk for many health-related… Continue Reading

Treatment For Leg Ulcers

Leg Vein Issues New York NY

When most people have an injury to their legs, it will heal up without difficulty within two weeks. The body’s immune system fights off any type of infection from a break in the skin of the leg, and the body will regenerate skin tissue to close up the injury. However, A leg ulcer occurs when… Continue Reading

Heart Symptoms That You Should Never Ignore

Heart Doctor New York, NY

If you could prevent a heart attack or stroke, you would certainly choose to do it. Yet, many people miss warning signs indicating that a severe issue is happening or is about to happen. Perhaps the main reason that many people overlook warning signs of heart conditions is that they envision scenes from a movie… Continue Reading

Blood Pooling In Your Legs

Vascular Issues New York NY

Arteries are responsible for carrying blood from the heart to the rest of the body, while veins are responsible for carrying blood back to the heart. Valves within the veins keep the blood from flowing backward. When blood is not sent back to the heart properly, it collects, or “pools,” and remains in the veins…. Continue Reading

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Dr. Benvenisty was excellent and helped us with my husband's extensive leg swelling related to diabetes. We had another specialist who didn't help us last year. We're planning to stay with Dr. Benvenisty now! He's detailed oriented, matter-of-fact and friendly. An excellent doctor I would strongly recommend.


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