Treatment and outcome of severe lower-limb ischaemia.

Abstract

The overall outcome of severe lower-limb ischaemia in terms of limb salvage and mortality is poorly documented. A consecutive series of 232 severely ischaemic legs in 209 patients was therefore studied. An aggressive policy of revascularization has been pursued; this was attempted in 89 per cent of legs, with a primary amputation rate of 8 per cent. The… (More)

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