Are CAD & PAD Correlated?

Samuel Ashe

Dr. Jack Hannallah, managing physician for Modern Vascular in Tucson, discusses the significance of the hardening of the arteries outside of the heart, known as Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) and that up to 2/3 of Coronary Artery Disease patients have PAD too.

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