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Description
Shooting date : 2018-10-09
Last update : 2018-11-07
Language(s) : English

Patient History

  • Female, 72 years 
  • Risk factors:
    • Hypercholesterolaemia
    • Hypertension
    • Hea...

Patient History

  • Female, 72 years 
  • Risk factors:
    • Hypercholesterolaemia
    • Hypertension
    • Heavy smoker
  • Main comorbidities:
    • CAD
    • Previous surgical treatment of left iliac and left groin arteries
  • Clinical presentation:
    • Claudication Left calf thigh (Rutherford clinical category 2-3)
    • Moderately calcified distal common femoral artery restenosis, 
    • Repeat surgical treatment left external iliac and left CFA (Iliofemoral bypass graft infection, repeat bypass surgery, allograft implantation)
    • Absolute walking capacity 300 m
    • ABI: 0.75

Protocol

  • Procedure time: 45 min
  • Exposure time: 8 min
  • Exposure: 819 mGy
  • Contrast volume: 80 ml
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  • K R. What about doing plasty of the graft lesion without atherectomy in this case.
    Because doing atherectomy of graft disease carries risk of rupture . What is your suggestion

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