Percutaneous Intervention of L-Subclavian A – June 2013

76 Y/O female with PMH of DM-2, HLP, HTN, PAD with known severe L-Subclavian artery stenosis who comes with subclavian steel syndrome and L-arm claudication. Peripheral Angiogram: 90-95 % stenosis of L-subclavian A.

Plan: Percutaneous Intervention of L-Subclavian A



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26 Jun, 2013

Fantastic case and presentation with valuable lessons even 7 years later.


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