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Dr. Azeez Pasha

General Surgeon
23 years experience overall

Dr. Madva Jayashankar

General Surgeon
38 years experience overall

Dr. Sumanth Raj K B

General Surgeon
26 years experience overall

Dr. Narendra Venkataramanappa

Vascular Surgeon
25 years experience overall

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Dr. Muralikrishna N

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Dr. Nagabhushan KN

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Aortoiliac Endarterectomy?

Endarterectomy is a surgical procedure involving in the removal of the inner lining of the artery along with the fat deposits in the arterial wall to treat the blockage of blood vessels. Aortoiliac Endarterectomy is the process of removal of the blockages in the abdominal aorta where they transition into the common iliac arteries.

What are the indications of Aortoiliac Endarterectomy?

Aortoiliac Endarterectomy is indicated in the following conditions:

  1. Aortoiliac peripheral arterial disease
  2. Chronic mesenteric ischemia
  3. Aortoiliac occlusive disease
  4. Peripheral arterial disease

Who are the best surgeons to perform Aortoiliac Endarterectomy?

A certified and trained Vascular Surgeon or a General Surgeon who is well experienced in performing Aortoiliac Endarterectomy can perform this surgery.

What is the cost of Aortoiliac Endarterectomy?

Cost of Aortoiliac Endarterectomy depends on factors such as:

  1. Admission charges
  2. Consultation fee
  3. Patient age
  4. Type of hospital
  5. Patient followups

Is Aortoiliac Endarterectomy a major surgery or minor surgery?

Aortoiliac Endarterectomy can be either a major or minor surgery depending on the patient's medical condition and the area to be treated.

What are the risks and complications associated with Aortoiliac Endarterectomy?

Few of the risks and complications associated with Aortoiliac Endarterectomy are:- 

  1. Damage or injury to the surrounding structures- 
  2. Hemorrhage
  3. Hypertension and stroke
  4. Development of aneurysms
  5. Infection in the surgical site

How long does it take to complete Aortoiliac Endarterectomy?

Aortoiliac Endarterectomy may take around 1-2 hours to complete.

What is the recovery time for Aortoiliac Endarterectomy?

Individuals who undergo Aortoiliac Endarterectomy may take 2- 3 weeks to recover completely.

What is the success rate of Aortoiliac Endarterectomy?

The success rate of Aortoiliac Endarterectomy depends on the following factors: 

  1. Patient age and medical condition
  2. Experience of the surgeon

However, the success rate of Aortoiliac Endarterectomy maybe 90%

Is Aortoiliac Endarterectomy Permanent?

Aortoiliac Endarterectomy is the method performed to remove the fat deposits in the iliac arteries to improve blood circulation in the lower extremities of the body. However, individuals who undergo Endarterecomy may require a revision after a few years after the surgery depending on the medical condition of the patient.

What are the long-term results of Aortoiliac Endarterectomy?

Few of the long term results of Aortoiliac Endarterectomy are:

  1. Improved blood supply to extremities
  2. Treatment for blue toe syndrome
  3.  Reduce the chances of stroke, vascular death
  4. Reduce the chances of the occurrence of a myocardial infarction

Can Aortoiliac Endarterectomy be detected in the future?

Aortoiliac Endarterectomy may or may not be detected in the future and depends on the type of surgical procedure and type of aortic grafts used.

What are the options if Aortoiliac Endarterectomy fails?

In case of a failed Aortoiliac Endarterectomy, the doctor may suggest a revision surgery or a suitable alternative treatment method.

What are the alternatives for Aortoiliac Endarterectomy?

Few of the alternatives of Aortoiliac Endarterectomy are:

  1. Angioplasty
  2. Aortoiliac bypass grafts
  3. Axillobifemoral bypass
  4. Aortobifemoral bypass
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