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After he got a second opinion, he put Geisinger first. James Schintz has a history of heart disease, When he mentioned having to urinate frequently at night, his doctor ordered an ultrasound. It revealed a swelling in the lower part of the major vessel that delivers blood to Mr. Schintz's body. That swelling. called an abdominal aortic aneurysm, could cause life threatening bleeding if it were to rupture - so finding out about it was lucky. The tests also showed two more aneurysms in the walls of a group of arteries in Mr. Schintz's pelvis. A specialist In Allentown recommended three separate stenting procedures, one for each aneurysm. Mr. Schintzdecided the nearly 2-hour drive to Geisinger for a second opinion was worth it. And when vascular surgeon Evan Ryer. MD, assured him that he could repair all three aneurysms at the same time, the choice was clear. "The more I spoke to the staff in Danwille, the more comfortable i became with them being the folks I wanted to handle the situation" he says After he got a second opinion, he put Geisinger first. James Schintz has a history of heart disease, When he mentioned having to urinate frequently at night, his doctor ordered an ultrasound. It revealed a swelling in the lower part of the major vessel that delivers blood to Mr. Schintz's body. That swelling. called an abdominal aortic aneurysm, could cause life threatening bleeding if it were to rupture - so finding out about it was lucky. The tests also showed two more aneurysms in the walls of a group of arteries in Mr. Schintz's pelvis. A specialist In Allentown recommended three separate stenting procedures, one for each aneurysm. Mr. Schintzdecided the nearly 2-hour drive to Geisinger for a second opinion was worth it. And when vascular surgeon Evan Ryer. MD, assured him that he could repair all three aneurysms at the same time, the choice was clear. "The more I spoke to the staff in Danwille, the more comfortable i became with them being the folks I wanted to handle the situation" he says

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