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Distal SFA CTO with AT PTA. Wildcat CTO crossing device with Turbohawk atherectomy - Conclusion

Posted: 7/23/2014

An 83-year-old female patient with history of insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, hypertension and chronic renal insufficiency presented with resting ischemic pain in the lower left extremity. Physical examination showed absent left popliteal and distal pulses. There were early ischemic skin changes in the left foot.

65 year old female with Rutherford Class V, has had ulcer on and off for 5 years, told only option was amputation - Introduction

Posted: 3/14/2012

Case #5: January 5, 1300 Performing physicians: Mustapha/Walchak 65-year-old female with Rutherford Class V, patient has had ulcer on and off X 5 years, told only option was amputation. Physical exam: Pain in both feet and severe discoloration, R toe with fresh wound from trauma yesterday, ambulates with a cane, wheelchair for longer distances,

68 year old female with Rutherford class III, nonsmoker, CAD, CABG -1997, DM Type 2, Hyperlipidemia, HTN, PAD. - Full Case

Posted: 3/13/2012

Case #1: January 4, 0800 Performing physicians: Mustapha/Karenko 68-year-old female with Rutherford class III, nonsmoker, CAD, CABG -1997, DM Type II, hyperlipidemia, HTN, PAD, Physical exam: No wounds (HbA1c: 7; BMI 36.6) Diagnostics: • Pre-procedure ABI: R 0.45, L 0.78 • CTA: abnormal suggesting R SFA occlusion; L AT occlusion.

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