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Best Vascular Surgeon in United Arab Emirates

Select the best Vascular Surgeon from 31 doctors in United Arab Emirates

Best Vascular Surgeon in United Arab Emirates

Select the best Vascular Surgeon from 31 doctors in United Arab Emirates

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Dr. Polyvios Pavlidis

Consultant Vascular Surgeon

Dubai Healthcare City, Dubai

Phone number:+97145862026
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Dr. Manar Trab

Vascular Surgeon

Al Safa, Dubai

Phone number:+97145864090
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Dr. Haydar Sam

Consultant Cardiothoracic, Vascular Surgeon

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Dr. Ibrahim Riza

Consultant Vascular Surgeon

Dubai

Mediclinic Parkview Hospitaland 3 more facilities…

Phone number:+97145862045
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Dr. Ali Mohammed Jawas

Vascular Surgeon

Garhoud, Dubai

Mediclinic Welcare Hospitaland 1 more facilities…

Phone number:+97145864044
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Dr. Alexandros Matthaiou

Vascular Surgeon

Jumeirah, Dubai

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Dr. Charalampos Ilias

Vascular Surgeon

Jumeirah, Dubai

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Dr. Samir Issa

Consultant Vascular Surgeon

Phone number:+97145862075
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Dr. Kris Wasilewski

Vascular Surgeon

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Dr. Taohid Oladele Oshodi

Consultant Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon

Dubai Healthcare City, Dubai

Mediclinic City Hospitaland 2 more facilities…

Phone number:+97142480571
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Dr. M.S. Sobeh

Vascular Surgeon

Dubai Healthcare City, Dubai

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Dr. Ammar Ali Kutaiman

Consultant Vascular Surgeon

Al Danah, Abu Dhabi

Mediclinic Al Noor Hospitaland 1 more facilities…

Phone number:+97124094416
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Dr. Mohamed Sheikh Sobeh

Specialist Vascular Surgeon

Dubai Healthcare City, Dubai

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Dr. Saeb Bayazid

Vascular Surgeon

Umm Hurair 2, Dubai

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Dr. Mamoun Shafaamri

Vascular Surgeon

Umm Hurair 2, Dubai

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Dr. Masoud Shafiei

Vascular Surgeon

Umm Hurair 2, Dubai

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Dr. Wael Richane

Cardiovascular Surgeon

Al Nasserya, Sharjah

AED 100 - 500

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Dr. Ivan Leclef

Vascular Surgeon

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AED 500

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  1. What is a vascular surgeon?

A vascular surgeon is a highly trained specialist who specializes in the body’s vascular system. This includes blood vessels that are responsible for blood circulation. Despite the name, vascular surgeons do not necessarily perform surgery for all treatments. Vascular surgeons might also recommend alternative methods of treatments such as exercise or medication. 

  1. When should you see a vascular surgeon?

Under normal circumstances, patients are normally referred to a vascular surgeon by their general practitioners. Typically, people who have been diagnosed with vascular-related symptoms should see a vascular specialist or vascular surgeon. Here are a few of the symptoms:

  • Brain aneurysm 
  • Stroke 
  • Pulmonary embolism 
  • Lymphedema 
  • Varicose 
  • Peripheral artery diseases 

Additionally, those who have been diagnosed with diabetes might also be referred to see a vascular surgeon to avoid complications caused by the illness. 

  1. What are the most common vascular diseases? 

Below are the most common vascular diseases: 

  • Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm. An enlargement in the artery of the abdominal. The size grows larger if remains untreated and once ruptured might cause massive internal bleeding
  • Peripheral Arterial Disease. A blockage of the blood vessel caused by buildup plaques that eventually reduces blood flow to the limbs
  • Blood clotting disorders. This disorders are mostly caused by some illnesses such as Buerger’s disease and lymphedema 
  1. What are the top procedures done by a vascular surgeon?

Vascular surgeons’ procedures range from diagnosing, testing, and treatments. Here are the most common treatment procedures performed by vascular surgeons: 

  • Thoracic Endovascular Aortic Repair (TEVAR, pTEVAR). A minimally invasive surgery that aims to insert a stent graft to repair aneurysm
  • Endovascular Aneurysm Repair (EVAR, pEVAR)
  • Angioplasty & Stenting. A surgery to open narrowed artery by using catheter-guided balloon
  • Surgical Bypass. An open surgery that is done to create alternate flow for the blood caused by a blockage
  • Carotid Endarterectomy. Surgical removal of buildup plaques 
  1. What to expect during a visit to a vascular surgeon? 

During your first appointment, your vascular surgeon might ask about your abnormal veins or any symptoms related to vascular systems. 

After this, the doctor may then suggest you to do some tests to give better understanding and a more accurate diagnosis of your condition. Your results may or may not require open surgery depending on how serious it is. 



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