81 year old male with known history of type 2 DM, hypertension, dyslipidemia and coronary artery disease. He presented for evaluation of worsening bilateral calf claudication (left > right), current claudication distance < 1 block. ABI's done 2 months ago (Right- 0.93, left - 0.78). Reports minimal symptom relief with exercise therapy and cilostazol therapy. Underwent lower extremity angiogram which showed a severe calcified stenosis of the left common femoral artery. Patient was offered surgery which he declined.
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.
66 year old male with PMH of HTN, HLD, NIDDM, CAD s/p 4V CABG.
76 year old male with HTN, HLD, DM who presents with R>L rest pain, who presents for PTA of BTK.