Left Internal Carotid Artery Occlusion with Progressive Right Internal Carotid Artery Stenosis
This 18 minutes didactic recorded procedure concerns a 68 years male with coronary insufficiency and carotid lesions. He presents an occluded left internal carotid artery associated with a severe ulcerated worsening right internal carotid stenosis.
This complex stenosis was treated by new micromesh carotid stent under carotid protection by filter . Watch this informative procedure on how to treat patients with multiple carotid lesions.
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arie B. 'ישא 'שד איק ןמגןבשאןםמ שדטצפאםצשאןב פשאןקמא 'ןאי ךקדד איקמ 50% דאקמםדןד?.
Max A. dont understand . Sorry
AWADHESH D. Nice
Max A. Thank U
Zambonialbe A. Very interesting case !
Alexander P. super
Max A. Thank you
Chun-Yuan C. Will direct stenting be another choice ?
Max A. Sorry for the delay .
I recommend to predilate for this micromesh Stent to be sure to have an harmonious deployment to easen the crossing . It is particularly important with the CGuard stent
Milan M. Nice example! According to your experience, how do the Micromash Stents behave in highly calcified lesions? Thank You
Max A. In very calcified lesions it is indispensable to prepare the lesion by a pre-dilatation in order to be sure that the residual stenosis is not Severe .
Mohammed R. Good
Max A. Thank You
Maher J. Perfect job
Maher J. Nice job