This paper uses data from the Vascular Quality Initiative (VQI) database to compare outcomes in patients undergoing a below the...
Increasing evidence supports an endovascular first approach to patients with critical limb ischemia.
Short distance claudication and rest pain secondary to thrombosed popliteal artery aneurysm treated endovasculary.
Current physiologic testing for ulcer perfusion may fail to identify patients with ischemia
Percutaneous bypass graft for severe critical limb ischemia
The tip of a hydrophilic wire was fractured and subsequently retrieved during the crossing of a distal anterior tibial artery near occlusion
83 year old developed non healing ulcer left foot after occlusion of a known popliteal artery aneursym
Review of the clinical findings and their usefulness in identifying patients with peripheral arterial disease
79 year old female with non healing ulcers. Occlusion of all three arteries in the calf.
61 year old male, diabetic, developed a lateral right foot ulcer after a pedicure. The posterior tibial artery pulse was palpable.
67 year old male, type1 diabetic, with painful ulceration at the tip of the second toe. Patient did not toe amputation.
82 year old male, heavy smoker, developed right heel ulcer during rehab after a femur fracture.
83 year old male, Type I Diabetes, end stage renal disease, living independently who was told he needed a below knee amputation.
71 year old female with a non healing ulcer on the left foot.
Arterial and Venous testing in patients with lower extremity ulcers
Cholesterol embolization is an infrequent sequelae after lower extremity revascularization.