- High blood pressure
- High cholesterol
- Plaque build up
- Belly pain, back pain, groin pain
- Feeling full after eating small amounts of food
- Nausea vomiting, feeling faint or passing out
- Feeling a pulsating lump in the belly.
How is this Diagnosed ?
Often discovered during an x-ray, ultrasound, or echocardiogram done for other purposes.
Endoliminal graft repair (ELG) – Is a minimally invasive procedure performed within the artery using thin tubes called catheters. The catheters are threaded through small incisions in the groin into the vessels where a stent is deployed to increase the blood flow through the vessel.
Open Aneurysm Repair – During open aneurysm repair procedure, the weakened, bulging part of your artery is replaced with a tube like graft passed through the vessel, which allows us to bypass the aneurysm.
Types of aneurysms