Atherosclerotic Common Femoral Artery obstruction is a known cause of symptomatic peripheral arterial disease. Although surgical endar...
Atherosclerotic Common Femoral Artery obstruction is a known cause of symptomatic peripheral arterial disease. Although surgical endarterectomy is considered the therapy of choice for this condition, little is known about the percutaneous options.
The purpose of this discussion is to evaluate the technical feasability and safety of the endovascular treatment, and to assess its limits in terms of patient outcomes.
|14:00||Welcome and Introduction to the debate - Dr. Amor|
|14:01||Common Femoral Artery stenosis: overview of the problem and results of surgery - Dr. Pratesi|
|14:09||Is there a rationale for Common Femoral Artery stenting? If yes, in which patients? - Prof. Gouëffic|
Case report I - Dr. Deloose
Diffuse Atherosclerotic lesions of the right lower limb
Tasc D femoropopliteal lesion by Supera
Type 2 common femoral lesion by Supera - Long external lesion
|14:37||Discussion of case I|
|14:47||Common Femoral Artery stenting should be limited to only few indications - Dr. Van Den Heuvel|
|14:55||Personal treatment plan of CFA in my institution - Dr. Goverde|
Case report II - Prof. Gouëffic
Type 3 profunda femoral lesion by Supera
|15:18||Discussion of case II|
|15:23||This is why we need a Common Femoral Artery stenting study! - Dr. Deloose|
|15:30||Take away messages and closure - Dr. Amor|