94 year old female, worsening right toe and foot pain. Seen by primary care and diagnosed as having gout. The clinical findings of critical limb ischemia - dry scaly skin, nail changes, absent pulses and a punched out ulcer on the 2nd toe - were ignored. Popliteal artery occlusion treated with atherectomy.
Renal vein stent placed for Nutracker Syndrome was placed too far into the IVC and causing pain. Stent was partially removed.
36 year old with pelvic aching and heaviness, painful intercourse and urinary frequency treated with the "uncoil coil" technique
65 year old cyclist with extensive superficial and deep venous incompetence and venous ulceration