Treating Peripheral Arterial Occlusive, Carotid and Aneurysm Diseases

Physicians in the Division of Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, provide a full spectrum of diagnostic evaluation and interventional treatment of problems with arterial and venous blood flow in the lower extremities, and problems with walking or wound healing related to reduced blood flow (claudication or limb salvage).

Members of the Michael E. DeBakey Department of Surgery provide treatment using both operative and minimally invasive endovascular therapy in peripheral arterial occlusive disease, carotid disease, and aneurysm disease.

Dr. Miguel Montero in vascular surgery ultrasound lab (372x158)

Meet Our Team

Our doctors treat carotid artery disease, deep vein thrombosis, hemangioma, pulmonary embolism, uterine fibroids, varicose veins and more.

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For Vascular Patients

Vascular surgery and endovascular therapy patient forms and information as well as general patient forms and information including insurance, pay online, billing, hotel/motel guide, customer service, privacy practices (HIPAA) and more.

Dr. Joseph Mills in operating room (372x158)
credit: Scott Holmes

Surgical Procedures

Our physicians specialize in angioplasty and stent placement, aortic reconstruction, dialysis procedures, limb salvage/diabetic foot, peripheral artery bypass, and treatments for varicose veins.

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News and Events

Read about vascular surgery and endovascular therapy related research, faculty, news and events at Baylor College of Medicine.