Peripheral cases
Right SFA Intervention for CTO of Right Ostial SFA with Distal SFA Reconstitution and 2 Vessel Runoff – March 2017

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66 year old male with diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, CAD s/p CABG, ICM EF 10%, and PAD s/p left CIA stent. Patient presented with 1 block lifestyle limiting right lower extremity claudication; abnormal right ABI of 0.52. Peripheral angiogram reveals CTO of the right ostial SFA with distal SFA reconstitution and 2 vessel runoff. Patient is planned for right SFA intervention.

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