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Left SFA CTO – Oct. 2019

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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.

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  1. bilal saeed says:

    How do you follow long segment CTO (ultrasound, ABI, clinical symptoms etc). Also if you do testing how often do you perform ultrasound etc. Thanks


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