Reoperation for recurrent chronic visceral ischemia
Peripheral Arterial Disease
Recurrent visceral ischemia is not uncommon after primary visceral revascularization. These results show that reoperation for recurrent chronic visceral ischemia can be accomplished safely and effectively with established revascularization techniques. Furthermore, after repeat visceral revascularization patients achieve durable relief of symptoms and have life expectancy rates comparable with those of patients who undergo primary visceral revascularization.