Usually a doctor can diagnose peripheral vascular disease based on your symptoms, risk factors, the examination of your legs and the strength of your pulses. If more information is needed, other tests include blood pressure measurements taken at various locations in the legs, Doppler studies of blood flow, special ultrasound testing and exercise testing on a treadmill. If your doctor suspects that you need a procedure to help open a blocked blood vessel, you may need a MRI scan of your arteries or an angiogram, which is an X-ray test that uses dye in the narrowed arteries to reveal the pattern of blood flow and spot blockages.
Test for Circulation can help with the following
Magnetic Resonance Imaging. A technique used in diagnosis that combines radio waves and magnetic forces to produce detailed images of the internal structures of the body.