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What is Arterial Stenosis?

Description of the disease

Arterial stenosis is a condition in which the lumen of the arteries narrows due to the formation of plaques. This can lead to impaired blood supply to organs and tissues, which can lead to various complications.


  • Static stenosis
  • Dynamic stenosis


Symptoms of arterial stenosis may include pain in the area of the affected vessel, numbness, coldness, and paleness, as well as possible dysfunction of the corresponding organ.


The causes of arterial stenosis may include atherosclerosis, vasculitis, trauma, congenital anomalies, and other factors affecting the condition of the blood vessels.


Various methods are used to diagnose arterial stenosis, including ultrasound, magnetic resonance angiography, arteriography, and Doppler ultrasonography.


Treatment of arterial stenosis may include medication therapy, surgical interventions, as well as endovascular procedures.


Prevention of arterial stenosis includes monitoring cholesterol levels, blood pressure levels, quitting smoking, leading an active lifestyle, and regular medical check-ups.


To diagnose and treat arterial stenosis, it is necessary to consult a cardiologist or vascular surgeon.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.