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When to Screen for Fibromuscular Dysplasia

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    Fibromuscular dysplasia, most commonly found in the renal or carotid arteries, often goes undiagnosed, even though the condition may affect three- to five-percent of the U.S. patient population. What are symptoms of FMD, and in what patients should physicians screen for FMD, despite the absence of symptom presentation? Dr. Jeffrey Olin, professor of cardiology and director of vascular medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City, offers his insights on FMD, as Dr. Olin has dedicated much of his professional career to spreading awareness about the condition. Dr. Alfred Bove hosts.

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    Fibromuscular dysplasia, most commonly found in the renal or carotid arteries, often goes undiagnosed, even though the condition may affect three- to five-percent of the U.S. patient population. What are symptoms of FMD, and in what patients should physicians screen for FMD, despite the absence of symptom presentation? Dr. Jeffrey Olin, professor of cardiology and director of vascular medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City, offers his insights on FMD, as Dr. Olin has dedicated much of his professional career to spreading awareness about the condition. Dr. Alfred Bove hosts.

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