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Renal Artery Disease

The Right Team Means the Right Treatment

Renal artery disease is a complex disorder that can affect the kidneys, heart and brain. As the renal arteries become narrow, the kidney is deprived of its normal blood flow. This can lead to high blood pressure and kidney failure. 

For patients with renal artery disease, our vascular team determines the most appropriate and beneficial treatment based on the patient’s needs: That’s the best way to treat vascular disease, and that’s what we do for every Geisinger vascular patient.

Renal Artery Stenting

James R. Elmore, MD, FACS, Director of Endovascular Surgery, talks about minimally invasive treatment of renal artery disease at Geisinger.



Click here for more information about renal artery stenting.