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Interview - Jamal A. Ghani

Posted: 3/13/2012

53 year old male inpatient for CLI, ambulates with cane, left foot in a cast, right foot with dry gangrene and necrotic toes. - Conclusion

Posted: 3/19/2012

Case #3: January 4, 1300Performing physicians: Mustapha/Saab 53-year-old male inpatient for CLI, ambulates with cane, L foot in a cast, R foot with dry gangrene and necrotic toes.PMH: dyslipidemia, obesity, IDDM, HTN, neuropathy, nephropathy (ESRD: dialysis M-W-F), CAD, PAD, TIA, CHF.Diagnostics:

SFA CTO with atherectomy using NaviCross and Viance Catheter - Intervention

Posted: 7/23/2014

A 66-year-old male patient presented with a large non-healing wound and exposed bone at the base of the right great toe for almost 9 months. The patient previously received a superficial femoral artery stent for a diabetic foot ulcer.

Patient recently underwent complete endovascular revascularization of right lower extremity. Patient presents with infected groins and FEM-POP occlusion.M. Laiq Raja, MD, FACC, FSCAI

Posted: 2/24/2016

Patient recently underwent complete endovascular revascularization of right lower extremity. Patient presents with infected groins and FEM-POP occlusion.

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