Hi im still in med school and have been thinking a lot about vascular surgery lately. Seems interesting , challenging yet rewarding and seems to have a good mix of traditional, open surgery and endovascular procedures. To tell te truth what catches my eye are the endovascular procedures. I would like to have an insight into what vascular surgery is really like and what the future holds for this specialty, how is the lifestyle while in fellowship and after fellowship?. I'd also like to know how it compares to cardiology and if there could be some overlap between both. Any info is greatly appreciated.