ARTERIAL CIRCULATION IN OBLITERATIVE ARTERIAL DISEASE OF THE LIMBS
- Late Arterial Embolectomy. Philippakis, M. G.; Lekacos, N. L.; Mantoudis, S. M.; Apostolidis, N. S.; Peveretos, P. I. // Vascular Surgery;Jan/Feb1979, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p16
Eleven cases of late embolectomy are described. These patients were operated on 13 hours to 20 days after the onset of acute arterial embolism in the lower limbs. The mean time of intervention was 6.48 days. The average age of the patients was 61.8, the youngest being 44 and the oldest 71. The...
- Simplified Approach for Crossing Total Occlusions: Forget the New Gadgets; All You Need is a Catheter and a Wire. Amin, Ali // Vascular;Nov2005 Supplement, Vol. 13, pS21
The article presents a treatment modality for arterial occlusion. Percutaneous intentional extraluminal recanalization is used to treat lesions that are typically difficult to treat with intraluminal percutaneous transluminal angioplasty, including occlussion. A complete evaluation of inflow and...
- Indication for Translumbar Aortogram. Sung, James P.; O'Hara, Vincent S. // Angiology;May1982, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p325
Percutaneous transfemoral or to a lesser degree the transaxillary catheterization for peripheral angiography is the procedure of choice by most radiologists. Under certain circumstances, however, these vessels may not be suitable or accessible for such studies. We have performed 330 translumbar...
- Traumatic occlusion of the right external iliac and common femoral arteries. Yasa, Haydar; Yetkin, Ufuk; Goktogan, Tayfun; Sahin, Aykut; Yurekli, Ismail; Gurbuz, Ali // Internet Journal of Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery;2009, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p17
External iliac and/or common femoral arteries injury from blunt trauma is uncommon. The role of trauma as a causative factor in this condition has been previously documented rarely.In this study we present a case that had traumatic occlusion of the right external iliac and common femoral arteries.
- Adductor Canal Compression Syndrome -- A Case Report. Stanton Jr., Paul E.; Vo, Nghia M.; Finley, John; Shannon, John // Vascular Surgery;Mar/Apr1987, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p120
Adductor canal compression syndrome is an unusual cause of acute arterial occlusion in younger men. The arterial occlusion results from extrinsic compression by an abnormal musculotendinous band arising from the adductor magnus muscle. The mechanism of this syndrome is similar to that of...
- Thrombin. // Reactions Weekly;6/14/2008, Issue 1206, p29
The article describes the case of a 74-year-old man who developed acute arterial occlusion after taking thrombin for pseudoaneurysm in his common femoral artery. It references a study by M. D'Ayala et al, published in the May-June 2008 issue of "Annals of Vascular Surgery." The man experienced...
- Five-Year Outcome of Self-Expanding Covered Stents for Superficial Femoral Artery Occlusive Disease and an Analysis of Factors Predicting Failure. Kruse, Rombout R.; Poelmann, Floris B.; Doomernik, Denise; Burgerhof, Hans G. M.; Fritschy, Wilbert M.; Moll, Frans L.; Reijnen, Michel M. P. J. // Journal of Endovascular Therapy (Sage Publications Inc.);Dec2015, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p855
Purpose:To investigate the 5-year outcome of patients treated with self-expanding covered stents for superficial femoral artery (SFA) occlusive disease and identify parameters that could predict loss of primary patency. Methods:In a dual-center study, 315 consecutive...
- THE PRESENT DAY ROLE OF LUMBAR SYMPATHECTOMY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ATHEROSCLEROTIC INSUFFICIENCY IN THE LOWER LIMBS. Alvarez, A. F. // Angiology;Sep1967, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p586
Discusses the methods for the treatment of atherosclerotic insufficiency of the lower limbs. Reevaluation of the results of lumbar sympathectomy; Comparison of the efficacy of high lumbar sympathectomy with venous by-pass; Indication of lumbar sympathectomy.
- ARTERIAL CIRCULATION IN OBLITERATIVE ARTERIAL DISEASE OF THE LIMBS. Malan, Edmundo; Puglionisi, A.; Aschieri, F.; Tattoni, G.; Malchiodi, C. // Angiology;Dec1956, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p495
Examines the arterial circulation in obliterative arterial disease of the limbs. Factors affecting the pressure of the circulating blood; Assessment on the blood flow in peripheral resistance; Importance of information on segmentary pressure with or without collateral circulation.