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Peripheral Angiography for Progressive Left SFA and Infra-Popliteal Disease – September 2016

A.P. is a 73 year-old female with hypertension, hyperlipidemia, diabetes, CAD s/p DES of the RCA,2003 and LAD, 2006 in the past, ICM EF 30% s/p AICD.

Patient also has a history of PVD s/p bilateral SFA stents in the past. Right and left SFA stents in 2013. PTA of left SFA 2015.

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