Peripheral cases
Severe Distal R Common Femoral Arterial Lesion, Long R Superficial Femoral Artery CTO and Severe Infrapopliteal Run-off – Jan 2015

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44 year old female with an extensive history of PAD with multiple PTAs, prior amputations of left 4th and 5th toes, HTN, DM, CAD with MI, CABG, PCIs, severe left ventricular systolic dysfunction, left CEA, multiple CVAs presents with critical limb ischemia – Non-healing right foot ulcer. His lower extremity angiogram reveals a severe distal right common femoral arterial lesion, a long right superificial femoral artery chronic total occlusion and severe infrapopliteal run-off.

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Peripheral intervention live webcast. (31 July 2019)
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71-year-old female Patient with hypertension, hyperlipidemia and active smoking. She presents with left lower extremity claudication (Buttock, thigh and calf) Rutherford class 3. US-Doppler revealed blunted waveform over the left iliac artery. CT-angiogram revealed total occlusion of the left common iliac artery with reconstitution in the external iliac artery.


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Complex AT CTO Intervention – June 2019
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74 year old female patient with HTN, HLD, DM2 (Insulin therapy), Hypothyroidism.


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Management of SFA ISR CTO – May 2019
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64 year old male with PMH of NIDDM, CKD, HTN, HLD, CAD s/p CABG on 11/1/2018 at LHH (3v), PAD, s/p multiple PTAs (last being 12/19/2018), former smoker (quit 2 months ago).


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Ostial SFA CTO Intervention – April 2019
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71 year old female with HTN, HLP, DM, complains of left LE claudication which progressed to resting pain (Rutherford 4).