Renal (kidney) and mesenteric (intestinal) artery disease are conditions that develop when the arteries in the abdomen that supply either the kidneys or the intestines become narrowed or blocked by an accumulation of a fatty substance called plaque. 

Patients with renal disease will present with declining kidney function or poorly controlled high blood pressure.

Patients with mesenteric disease usually present with abdominal pain, pain after eating, and significant unintentional weight loss.

Traditional open surgery is sometimes necessary, however, in most cases, this problem can be managed in a minimally invasive fashion using either balloon angioplasty or stenting.

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