Femorotibial vein bypass in a child.

Abstract

This report details the course and management of a 5-year-old girl with intermittent claudication, a chronic leg ulcer, and discrepancy in leg growth caused by unilateral femoropopliteal arterial occlusive lesions of obscure etiology. Angiographic evaluation, pathologic observations, and surgical management of this child are detailed. A 4-year follow-up has provided gratifying results that justify the surgical approach to this unique patient.

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@article{Pinkerton1985FemorotibialVB, title={Femorotibial vein bypass in a child.}, author={Joe A Pinkerton and Kelly Davidson and Wellington Gibson Wood}, journal={Journal of vascular surgery}, year={1985}, volume={2 5}, pages={735-8} }