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Unexplained leg pain is the most common symptom of peripheral artery disease, a circulatory problem in which arteries clogged with plaque reduce blood flow to the extremities.
Learn what our doctors do to prevent cancer treatment-related heart problems.
Operations that help people with heart disease get back to enjoying their active life. Critical cancer surgeries.
If you’re diagnosed with vascular disease, it’s good to know you don’t have to travel any farther than Nazareth Hospital to be treated.
How healthy are your blood vessels? You may not know. That's why screening for abnormal conditions of blood vessels can be crucial.
Primary and specialty care close to where you live. Evening and weekend hours. Walk-in availability.
Now there’s a minimally invasive procedure available for people who can’t tolerate open-heart surgery called MitraClip therapy.
At Nazareth Hospital, heart doctors and cancer specialists work together to try to prevent a condition called cardiotoxicity.
Mercy is collaborating with Penn Medicine to help people whose heart failure hasn't responded to standard therapy get more specialized care.
At Mercy Philadelphia, you're able to see a cardiologist the next day - or even possibly that same day - after you or your doctor call for an appointment.
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