Peripheral cases
Posterior Tibial Artery – Jan 2012

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69-year old female has history of diabetes with hypertension hyperlipidemia. Presented with non-healing ulcer over the medial aspect of the right foot involving the calcaneus. Angiogram performed on 12/30/11, showed moderate SFA disease with occluded posterior tibial artery high graded stenosis of peroneal artery. Patient underwent an angioplasty of the right peroneal artery with minimal subsequent healing of the ulcer. Patient is now here for the posterior tibial artery.

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