Percutaneous Intervention of Distal Aortic and Iliac Artery – July 2012

78-year old male with history of CAD S/P multiple PCI, HTN, HLP, old CVA who complains of bilateral Fontaine Class II b claudication (200 meters). Peripheral angiogram showed complex distal aortic and R-CI several stenosis. Plan is percutaneous intervention of distal aortic and iliac artery.

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