Peripheral cases
Calcified SFA CTO Lesion w/ Prior Failed Intervention – August 2019

59-year-old male with hypertension, insulin-dependent diabetes, smoking history, presenting with worsening lifestyle limiting claudication, now progressing to pain at rest. US done shows bilateral SFA CTO disease.

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