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What Is a Vascular Surgeon Called in 2023? Has Their Role Changed?

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Vein medicine has changed in recent years. Have vein doctors’ roles changed too? What is a vascular surgeon called in 2023, and do they still operate on veins?

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Do Vascular Surgeons Still Treat Arteries and Veins in 2023?

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