... process of having it evaluated. He is nonsmokerwith controlled blood pressure what would be the preferred treatment. He has no symptoms. He is 75 and in good health other than this.
I apologise as it must be a scary situation. I'm not sure that we can offer you the information you really need. A neurosurgeon is what you really need; there are just too many variables for people such as us to offer any 'safe' advice. I'm trying to find out what is recommended for a set length of almost total arterial (portal vein; which is really an artery) occlusion also.
I wish you and your husband years more happiness together.
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