Details of Aortofemoral bypass prolonged profundoplasty multilevel occlusive disease An examination grade ischemia.
by A Sohrabi - 1979 - Related articlesMYCTOIC ANEURYSM OF POPLITEAL ARTERY AND AORTOFEMORAL BYPASS GRAFT. Iranian J Publ Health. [seial online] 1979;8(4) : 199-208.
19 Jul 2010 groin area, thigh area, farely: have you had a followup ultrasound to make sure all is well after the bypass? we suggest you have US for the
20 Nov 2007 Dr. doing aortofemoral bypass. SM. States "tributaries encircled with spegatinis". All I can find is spaghetti! Thank you.
by A Mironiuc - Related articlesIn the presented case, it developed after an aortofemoral bypass complicated by prosthesis infection. The acute onset through massive hematuria required an
by JDS REID - 2005 - Cited by 5 - Related articlesThis study describes the results of a procedure for removing the infected aortofemoral graft using a two-stage procedure with a delay between the stages.
by LL Gordon - 1999 - Cited by 30 - Related articlesBackground With increasing experience, we have encountered patients with complex aortofemoral prosthetic infections in whom extra-anatomic bypass (EAB) is
by L di Marzo - 1987 - Cited by 5 - Related articlesDuring the last fifteen years, we performed a total of 855 aortofemoral re constructions. Fifteen (1.75%) grafts were surgically removed (completely or
by U Albrechtsson - 1992 - Cited by 8 - Related articlesin all concentrations, was used as contrast medium in aortofemoral angiography. aortofemoral angiography led to an important reduction of the side
by CL McINTOSH - 1994 - Cited by 4 - Related articlesMcIntosh CL, Reed R. Ioxilan injection: an overview and results of aortofemoral arteriography study. Invest Radiol 1994; 29:S40-S42.
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - Quick Viewby G Taddei - 2010 - Related articlesCurrently the number of aortofemoral bypasses performed for iliac occlusive arterial pathology is decreasing (1–4). The causes
by JM Cormier - 1986 - Cited by 6 - Related articlesFrom October 1977 to October 1982, 363 unilateral aorto-femoral bypasses using polytetra- after failure of a previous aorto-femoral or ilio-fe-
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobatto perform the following procedure(s): AORTO-FEMORAL BYPASS. CONSENT FOR AORTO-FEMORAL BYPASS AND. ADMINISTRATION OF ANESTHESIA OR SEDATION
by KJ Waters - 1977 - Cited by 6 - Related articles
Both aortoiliac bypass and aortofemoral bypass are operations in which grafts (artificial tubes) are sutured into place to create a path around an area of