Carotid Artery Disease

Carotid-Artery-Disease

Your carotid arteries are two large blood vessels in your neck. They supply your brain with blood. If you have carotid artery disease, the arteries become narrow, usually because of atherosclerosis.

Your carotid arteries are two large blood vessels in your neck. They supply your brain with blood. If you have carotid artery disease, the arteries become narrow, usually because of atherosclerosis. This is the buildup of cholesterol and other material in an artery. If a blood clot sticks in the narrowed arteries, blood can’t reach your brain. This is one of the causes of stroke.

Carotid artery disease often does not cause symptoms, but there are tests that can tell your doctor if you have it. If the arteries are very narrow, you may need an operation called an endarterectomy to remove the plaque. For less severe narrowing, a medicine to prevent blood clots can reduce your risk of stroke. Another option for people who can’t have surgery is carotid angioplasty. This involves placing balloons and/or stents into the artery to open it and hold it open.

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6 thoughts on “Carotid Artery Disease

  1. Tabrez Ali says:

    72 year old man having left carotid artary complete block history of CABG,PTCA DIABETIC PATIENT the reason Doctor are not Done any treatment like angioplasty & Stenting they are given only tablets kindly need your valuable suggestion
    Thank you

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      • Sarita says:

        Suffering from carotid artery blockage age 25year only ,left side hand leg along with face are not working

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        • Mitch says:

          81 yo mother in law just discovered she has 59% blocked left artery. It is causing walking problems and numb fingers, toes, lips, but most importantly, she’s dizzy. Doctor only prescribed baby aspirin and said to check again in a year. Will the baby aspirin fix the dizziness in her walking? Is there anything else we can do to get her back to walking normally? She had been living alone up until now. But with her walking difficulties, she has fallen, and now we are debating if we need to come up with a long-term solution –like her perhaps having her move in with either us or another relative permanently. But if the walking issue will resolve eventually, then just staying with us temporarily will do. Please help.

          • Select the disease/s you suffer from: Carotid Artery Disease
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