Aneurysm repair surgery is divided into two sections, open repair and endovascular (inside the blood vessel). As you might expect, open repair is when a surgeon opens the body to get direct access to the weakened vessel in order to remove and replace it with a graft. Endovascular repair carries a lower risk and has a faster recovery time. The surgeon sends a wire with a mesh tube through the blood vessel to the weakened area and then expands the mesh to strengthen the weak spot.
Providers Performing Thoracoabdominal Aneurysm Repair
Note that every provider listed below may not perform or prescribe Thoracoabdominal Aneurysm Repair for all conditions related to it. Review each provider for availability.
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Amanda M. Hawks, DNP, CNP Nurse Practitioner
Kalenda Kasangana, M.D. Vascular Surgeon
Mohammed M. Moursi, M.D. Vascular Surgeon
Kyla R. Shelton Lang, M.D. Vascular Surgeon
Christian D. Simmons, Ph.D., M.D. Vascular Surgeon
Lauren M. Story-Hefta, M.D. Vascular Surgeon
Locations Providing Thoracoabdominal Aneurysm Repair
Note that Thoracoabdominal Aneurysm Repair may not be performed at every location listed below. The list may include locations where the treatment plan is developed during and after a patient visit.