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Carotid Artery Disease: How New Procedures may Help Prevent Strokes
Carotid Artery Disease is a disease that blocks the blood vessels from allowing blood to flow to the brain. Did you know that this blockage increases the chance of having a stroke? Vascular Surgeons, Brian Kelly, MD, Jeffery Ranaudo, MD and John Pietropali, MD will discuss carotid artery disease and its risks. They will also discuss the current treatment methods, as well as new surgical options for treating carotid artery disease and ultimately decreasing your risk of having a stroke.
This class will be taking place in the Auditorium at Manchester Memorial Hospital.