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Bilateral Common Iliac Artery Disease – November 2017

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59 year old man with medical history significant for Hypertension, smoking and atrial flutter. He presented at outside medical facility for evaluation of bilateral severe leg claudication (right > left). ABI’s were 0.68 and 0.71 on the right and left leg respectively. An angiogram done showed total occlusion of right common iliac artery and 80% stenosis of the left common iliac.

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