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Peripheral Vascular Angiography

Procedural Details

Peripheral vascular angiography is a diagnostic test used to evaluate the presence of plaque build-up, or atherosclerosis, in your peripheral arteries. A catheter is used to inject dye into your peripheral arteries while X-rays are taken providing a clear image of the blood as it flows. This allows your doctor to determine if there are areas where the arteries are narrowed or blocked by plaque build-up.


Treatment for blood vessel disorders, such as peripheral vascular disease, also called peripheral arterial disease.
  • Facilities & Locations

Our team offers innovative treatments to address conditions such as coronary artery disease, heart valve disorders, lung disease, and vascular disease.

  • Location & Contact Info

    333 N. 1st St.
    Suite 280
    Boise, ID 83702
    (208) 345-6545