78 year old female with past medical history significant for type 2 DM, hypertension and past smoking (quit 2 years ago). She noticed an area of non healing ulcer on the left first toe following an intervention for an ingrown nail by her podiatrist. She reports pain over the left first toe extending proximally along the medial side of foot. Foot x-ray and MRI ruled out osteomyelitis. Vascular studies were done. ABI on the left leg was 0.37 and right leg 0.58. Peripheral angiogram done at an outside hospital showed a total occlusion of the left anterior tibial artery. Left PT and peroneal have moderate disease.
86 year old female patient with HTN, HLD, NIDDM, Afib under NOAC, CAD s/p PCI and PAD, complex SFA CTO and BTK disease with reconstitution at the level of A. dorsalis pedis.
68 year old male with PMH of HTN, HLD, DM2, TIA, OSA, anemia, prostate Ca (s/p radiation 2010), CAD (CABG 2011, s/p multiple PCIs), ESRD, SSS s/p PPM, carotid stenosis and PAD with prior PTA with R>L symptoms and found to have a common iliac artery aneurysm.
63 year old male with PMH of HTN, HLD, NIDDM, CKD, former smoker and CAD s/p recent CABG.
69 year old male with h/o DM, HTN, HLD, active smoker (1 ppd), with non healing left diabetic foot ulcer.