Title

Common to Internal Iliac Artery Stent to Increase Collateral Flow to Lower Extremity in Context of Occluded External Iliac Artery

Publication/Presentation Date

2018

Abstract

Iliac artery atherosclerosis is a common vascular pathology and has been treated increasingly with endovascular intervention. Described here is a case of a patient with ari extensive history of prior failed external iliac interventions facing high-morbidity procedures. The decision was made to deploy a stent in the internal iliac artery. Increased flow to the lower extremity via collaterals was achieved showing that internal iliac artery stenting can be utilized for chronic limb ischemia

Volume

52

First Page

13

Last Page

14

Disciplines

Surgery

Department(s)

Department of Surgery, Department of Surgery Faculty

Document Type

Article

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