Mesenteric Arterial Disease

Mesenteric Arterial Disease

Service Type
Body
Mesenteric arterial disease occurs when there is a narrowing or blockage in any of the three mesenteric arteries that carry blood to the large and small intestines. If left untreated, the disease can cause abdominal pain after eating and progressive weight loss. If the blood flow to the intestines becomes severely blocked, the intestines can die.
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John F. Angle

John F. Angle, MD

Title:
Professor
Division:
Vascular and Interventional Radiology
Primary Location:
Radiology and Medical Imaging
Phone:
434.924.9401
John A Kern

John A Kern, MD

Title:
Professor
Division:
Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery
Primary Location:
Heart and Vascular Center
Phone:
434.982.4301
Margaret C Tracci

Margaret C Tracci, MD

Title:
Associate Professor
Division:
Vascular and Endovascular Surgery
Phone:
434.243.2000
Luke R Wilkins

Luke R Wilkins, MD

Title:
Associate Professor
Division:
Vascular and Interventional Radiology
Primary Location:
Radiology and Medical Imaging
Phone:
434.924.9401
Ziv J Haskal

Ziv J Haskal, MD

Title:
Professor
Division:
Vascular and Interventional Radiology
Primary Location:
Radiology and Medical Imaging
Phone:
434.924.9401
Kanwar P Singh

Kanwar P Singh, MD

Title:
Associate Professor
Division:
Cardiovascular Medicine
Primary Location:
Heart and Vascular Center
Phone:
434.243.1000
Daniel P. Sheeran

Daniel P. Sheeran, MD

Title:
Assistant Professor
Division:
Vascular and Interventional Radiology
Primary Location:
Radiology and Medical Imaging
Phone:
434.982.3350
W. Darrin Clouse

W. Darrin Clouse, MD

Title:
Professor
Division:
Vascular and Endovascular Surgery
Minhajuddin S Khaja

Minhajuddin S Khaja, MD, MBA

Title:
Associate Professor
Division:
Vascular and Interventional Radiology
Primary Location:
Radiology and Medical Imaging
Phone:
434.924.9401