Why Does Restenosis Happen (and What Can Be Done About It)?

Good blood flow throughout your body is obviously important. That’s why stenosis, or narrow blood vessels, is a problem. And unfortunately, this problem can happen again after you’ve had a blocked artery reopened. That’s when it becomes restenosis. Stent placement helps restore blood flow through previously blocked arteries, but some patients develop restenosis (re-narrowing) over time. … Read More

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