What are complications of peripheral vascular disease (PVD)?

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Complications of peripheral vascular disease (PVD) are severe pain, non-healing wounds, ulcerations and risk of gangrene. Watch Gabriel Bietz, MD, with Metropolitan Methodist Hospital, talk about the progression of these complications.

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