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    What is Mesenteric Ischemia?

    Mesenteric ischemia is a rare but life-threatening condition that occurs when blood flow to the varying portion of the small intestine is interrupted or restricted. The surgery also prevents bowel necrosis (death of tissue) and helps restore the organ. Narrowing or blockage of the mesenteric arteries, three main arteries that supply oxygen and blood to the small and large intestines, can cause many life-threatening disorders, creating an urgency to treat them. Depending on the extent of severity, it is of two types, i.e., acute mesenteric ischemia and chronic mesenteric ischemia.

    Mesenteric Ischemia Surgery

    Surgery helps patients lower the risk of various life-threatening problems such as sepsis (a condition where the body overreacts to the chemicals released by the body), irreversible bowel movements, unintentional weight loss, intestinal necrosis, cellular damage, heart attack, and many such health problems.

    Mesenteric ischemia is treated to restore the oxygen and blood flow in your intestine. With angioplasty (the use of a balloon to open the narrowed artery) or by inserting a stent (a mesh tube) into the artery, your surgeon can open up restricted or obstructed arteries.

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    Causes & Symptoms of Mesenteric Ischemia

    The main cause of mesenteric ischemia is an interruption in blood flow in the small intestine, which can be acute or chronic. This can be caused by strangulation, a blood clot in the mesenteric artery, a heart attack, plaque, smoking, diabetes, high blood pressure, or dehydration.


    Treatment of Mesenteric Ischemia

    Mesenteric artery surgery is the treatment procedure to restore the narrowed and infected arteries. Your doctor will diagnose the extent through a CT scan, duplex ultrasound, MRA (Magnetic resonance angiography, an MRI of a blood vessel), or angiography. The surgery is commonly performed under general anaesthesia with an open surgery technique.

    Acute mesenteric ischemia (AMI) is performed if arteries are narrowed due to a sudden decrease in blood flow. If the mesenteric disease is chronic, your surgeon can also perform angioplasty, a procedure that uses balloons to widen the arteries. It might be possible to remove a blood clot or use angioplasty or a stent (mesh tube) at the same time to also keep your artery wide open.



    Cost of Mesenteric Ischemia Surgery

    Mesenteric ischemia surgery can be costly as it involves the treatment of very delicate organs with a high risk of death. In India, the average cost of mesenteric artery surgery is around Rs 2.5 lakh. The cost of the surgery will depend on a number of factors, including the extent of the disease, the size and location of the narrowed artery, and whether a person has any serious health problems.

    Mesenteric Surgery By Dr. Sunil Tibrewal

    Dr Sunil Tibrewal is the perfect destination for problems involving mesentry of small or large intestine. He is one of the most highly experienced mesenteric ischemia surgeons, having performed these advanced surgeries for more than 15 years using high-quality treatment and the latest technology.

    Contact us to know more about mesenteric artery surgery, the surgeries we provide, our specialties, and many more options. We are renowned for offering our patients exceptional value, assisting them at every stage, and considering all the nuances of medical procedures.

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      Frequently Asked Questions

      The surgery usually necessitates a 7–10-day hospital stays under the supervision of a doctor. Within a week after the surgery, the patient can fully recover and resume his daily activities, along with a proper diet and less physical activity.

      No, the chances of developing mesenteric ischemia through heredity are very minimal. The main cause of mesenteric ischemia is a blood clot, which can occur due to any accident or general health issues such as high blood pressure or diabetes.

      Since the symptoms of mesenteric ischemia are very general, people often confuse it with other diseases. But mesenteric ischemia is an uncommon, dangerous condition that can be life-threatening if not treated in time.

      If you experience any of the above-mentioned symptoms or discomfort in any part of your digestive tract, then you must consult a doctor. Dr Sunil Tibrewal is one of the most highly experienced mesenteric surgeons in India, having performed these advanced surgeries for more than 15 years using high-quality treatment and the latest technology.

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