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How long does geniculate artery embolization take?

Like any medical procedure at Ozark, the answer to this question will vary. A number of variables, like your condition and treatment goals, may affect how long the geniculate artery embolization procedure will take. Generally, however, the treatment will likely take less than 2 hours. We do recommend that you take the day off of work, especially if you have a physically demanding job. While geniculate artery embolization is not a seriously invasive surgery, it may take a week or two before you’re completely back to normal.

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