Peripheral cases
Popliteal Artery CTO Intervention w/ failed prior attempt – December 2019

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68 M with Hypertension, hyperlipidemia, smoking and known history of PAD, presents with worsening R > L claudication, that has progressed to pain at rest. He had a subsequent angiogram done that showed complete occlusion of the popliteal artery that reconstitutes at the level of TP trunk. He had a prior attempt to intervention, that was unsuccessful due to knee prosthesis and is now referred for another attempt to intervention.

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