If you have blockages in your coronary arteries, you might be a candidate for minimally invasive angioplasty to prevent a heart attack or other complications. Learn more about angioplasty and three reasons you might need one.
An estimated 5 million Americans have atrial fibrillation, although some might not even know they have an underlying heart condition. Learn more about atrial fibrillation and what treatments may be an option for you.
If you have unexplained swelling or other symptoms related to kidney problems, you may need a renal artery ultrasound. Learn how this noninvasive test can identify blockages in your renal arteries and what to expect after your test.
One in 100,000 people in the United States has mitral valve stenosis and may experience persistent fatigue and shortness of breath as a result. A valvuloplasty can address these symptoms. Read on to see if you’re a candidate.
Nearly half of the adults in the United States have hypertension and may unknowingly be at risk for heart attacks, strokes, and other complications. Learn what causes hypertension and what changes you can make now to protect your heart health.
Worried about chest pain that isn’t going away? Testing is the only way to learn if your pain is a sign of heartburn or a more serious heart condition. Learn what kinds of tests you can expect if you have persistent chest pain.
You’re experiencing discomfort or pain in your legs, but there are no outward signs of a problem. This discomfort may stem from an issue in your blood vessels — either your arteries or veins — and we discuss these disorders here.