Atherosclerotic renal artery stenosis is a common manifestation of generalized atherosclerosis and is the most common disorder of the renal arterial circulation. Despite the proven efficacy of surgical revascularization, endovascular therapy has emerged as the preferred strategy for treatment. Balloon-expandable stents for aorta-ostial renal artery stenosis is demonstrated to be a safe and effective therapy [1].

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