Peripheral cases
Endologix Stent Graft with Discussion of Different Techniques – July 2016

74 y/o F with 0.5 block claudication; h/o b/l SFA stents that are patent by duplex with failed conservative therapy. CTA showed Aorta 16.42mm at the left renal. Mid aorta 6.67mm = 60% stenosis, ~6.5mm external iliac arteries and normal common femoral arteries. The device chosen to use is the Endolgix. 17F on the right, 9F on the left, percutaneous access with preclose and 22mmx70mm main body with 16mm x 30mm iliac limbs.

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