Harvard Heart Letter

Angioplasty or bypass surgery?

Blocked arteries can be resolved by either angioplasty or bypass surgery. Angioplasty is a much easier procedure, but frequently needs to be repeated later. For some, medication, exercise, and changes to diet are more effective than either procedure.

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