Endovascular aortoiliac grafts in combination with standard infrainguinal arterial bypasses in the management of limb-threatening ischemia: preliminary report.

@article{Marin1995EndovascularAG,
  title={Endovascular aortoiliac grafts in combination with standard infrainguinal arterial bypasses in the management of limb-threatening ischemia: preliminary report.},
  author={Michael L. Marin and Frank Junior Veith and Luis A. S{\'a}nchez and Jacob Cynamon and William D. Suggs and Marcy L Schwartz and Richard E. Parsons and Curtis W. Bakal and Ross T. Lyon},
  journal={Journal of vascular surgery},
  year={1995},
  volume={22 3},
  pages={316-24; discussion 324-5}
}
PURPOSE Occlusive disease of the aortoiliac segment may lead to limb-threatening ischemia, if coexisting disease is present in the femoral, popliteal, or tibial arteries. The combined treatment of severe aortoiliac and infrainguinal disease with standard techniques may be hazardous or contraindicated in patients with multiple previous reconstructions, severe comorbid medical illnesses, or both. This report summarizes the technical feasibility and early results of aortoiliac endovascular stented… CONTINUE READING
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