Fibromuscular Dysplasia FMD is a condition where some of the arteries that carry blood throughout the body do not develop as they should. Fibrous tissue grows in the wall of the arteries, causing them to narrow. As a result, blood flow through the arteries decreases.
Treatment will vary based on severity, location, and extent of disease. FMD experts are currently researching the cause, prognosis and outcomes for patients with FMD.