In-situ replacement and extra-anatomic bypass for the treatment of infected abdominal aortic grafts.

Abstract

We reviewed the surgical results of 21 patients who had infected abdominal aortic grafts to determine the efficacy of in-situ graft replacement and extra-anatomic bypass in the management of these patients. Twelve patients had a primary perigraft infection, and nine had an infection secondary to an aortoenteric fistula (AEF). Whereas the infected graft was… (More)

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@article{Jacobs1991InsituRA, title={In-situ replacement and extra-anatomic bypass for the treatment of infected abdominal aortic grafts.}, author={Michael J. Jacobs and George J. Reul and Igor D. Gregoric and Denton A. Cooley}, journal={European journal of vascular surgery}, year={1991}, volume={5 1}, pages={83-6} }