68 year old male patient with complaints of life style limiting right lower extremity claudication (Rutherford class I, category 3)
Past medical history: Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm, Bilateral common iliac and popliteal aneurysms, Hypertension, Hypercholesterolemia, C1 and C2 fracture (type 2 dens fracture with non-union)
Medications: Aspirin, Amlodipine, Percocet, CoQ 10 and Calcium,
Social History: Ex-Smoker, 3 drinks a day, No drug abuse history
Prior failed intervention of the Left SFA ISR, Re-attempt via Pedal Access – January 2020
Tags: ISR | Left SAF | Pedal Access
Case and Plan: 67 Male with HTN, DM, HLD and PAD (prior stent of the left SFA), who presented with life style limiting claudication (L>R). Non-invasive workup revealed in-stent re-stenosis of the prior SFA stent. A subsequent attempt to intervention was unsuccessful from the CFA, now referred for a re-attempt to intervention via pedal approach.
Popliteal Artery CTO Intervention w/ failed prior attempt
Tags: CTO | Peripheral | Popliteal Vein Access
Case and Plan: 68 M with Hypertension, hyperlipidemia, smoking and known history of PAD, presents with worsening R > L claudication, that has progressed to pain at rest. He had a subsequent angiogram done that showed complete occlusion of the popliteal artery that reconstitutes at the level of TP trunk. He had a prior attempt […]
Left SFA In-stent Restenosis Intervention – Nov 27
Case and Plan: 68 year-old female with HTN, DM, hyperlipidemia and currently smokes. Presents with BL (L>R), lifestyle limiting claudication (Rutherford 4) that has progressed to pain at rest despite OMT. Noninvasive workup showed an ABI with exercise of (R): 0.95 and 0.89 (L): 0.92 and 0.67 . Subsequent US showed in-stent restenosis of the […]
Left SFA CTO – Oct. 2019
68 year old female with HTN, DM, HLD who presents with life style limiting claudication, that has progressed to pain a rest. She had a non invasive workup done revealing abnormal ABI. She had a subsequent peripheral angiogram done revealing mid Left SFA total occlusion and referred for further intervention.