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Celiac artery stenosis

Is celiac artery stenosis a condition which should be treated?

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Here is an article that has to do with celiac artery compression syndrome. Since I am not in the medical field, I suggest you ask to your doctor as to how this condition is treated.

http://www.uptodate.com/patients/content/topic.do?topicKey=~t3vANuOCd1nODt

I recently went to a new doctor and noticed he was located in something called the Professional Building. I felt better right away.

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