Axillobifemoral bypass: a brief surgical and historical review.

@article{Mishall2016AxillobifemoralBA,
  title={Axillobifemoral bypass: a brief surgical and historical review.},
  author={Priti L Mishall and Jason D Matakas and Keara English and K. Nakashima Allyn and Diane Algava and Ruth A. Howe and Sherry A. Downie},
  journal={The Einstein journal of biology and medicine : EJBM},
  year={2016},
  volume={31 1-2},
  pages={
          6-10
        }
}
Peripheral artery disease (PAD) occurs when plaque accumulates in the arterial system and obstructs blood flow. Narrowing of the abdominal aorta and the common iliac arteries due to atherosclerotic plaques restricts blood supply to the lower limbs. Clinically, the lower limb symptoms of PAD are intermittent claudication, discoloration of the toes, and skin ulcers, all due to arterial insufficiency. Surgical revascularization is the primary mode of treatment for patients with severe limb… CONTINUE READING

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