Endovascular surgery

Description :

An endovascular surgery is a minimally invasive surgical technique that is used to treat a variety of diseases, with surgeons accessing the affected body parts via the major blood vessels. It is performed by inserting a catheter through a small skin incision and passing it through a major blood vessel, which is usually the femoral artery or the one located near the joint, but can also be the radial/brachial artery located in the arm or the pedal artery located in the foot. The choice as to which blood vessel is used depends on which part of the body needs to be accessed.