Mahmood Mirhoseini, M.D., D.Sc.
St. Luke's Medical Center
Coronary artery disease, once developed, can be moderated but cannot be reversed. Treatment options are determined by the stage and severity of disease. Medications, administered under close medical supervision, are sometimes helpful for mild to moderate disease. Therapeutic intervention is often required for more severe forms of disease. Treatment methods include coronary artery bypass surgery or balloon angioplasty.
An alternative treatment for those who do not respond to currently available forms of treatment may be a new procedure developed by Dr. Mirhoseini and investigated extensively at this
Further information is available upon request. A list of publications and/or reprints is available for your personal physician if he/she would like to request them.
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Research studies are supported in part by a grant from St. Luke's Foundation.