Endovascular aortounifemoral grafts and femorofemoral bypass for bilateral limb-threatening ischemia.

@article{Ohki1996EndovascularAG,
  title={Endovascular aortounifemoral grafts and femorofemoral bypass for bilateral limb-threatening ischemia.},
  author={Takao Ohki and Michael L. Marin and Frank Junior Veith and Ross T. Lyon and Luis A. S{\'a}nchez and William D. Suggs and John G Yuan and Reese A Wain and Richard E. Parsons and A V Patel and Steven P. Rivers and Jacob Cynamon and Curtis W. Bakal},
  journal={Journal of vascular surgery},
  year={1996},
  volume={24 6},
  pages={984-96; discussion 996-7}
}
PURPOSE Although axillobifemoral bypass procedures have a lower mortality rate than aortobifemoral bypass procedures, they are limited by decreased patency, moderate hemodynamic improvement, and the need for general anesthesia. This report describes an alternative approach to bilateral aortoiliac occlusive disease using unilateral endovascular aortofemoral… CONTINUE READING