|SFA Subintimal Angioplasty|
|- Operator: Seung-Whan Lee. MD|
- Relevant clinical history and physical
- Relevant test results prior to catheterization:
- Relevant angiography findings:
|- Procedural step:
We decided to perform angioplasty for right EIA because of result of segmental limb pressure and symptom. A 7 Fr sheath was inserted into the left femoral artery. We crossed right EIA lesion using 0.018 Roadrunner wire. Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty was performed using a 40 x 5.0 mm Rider balloon (Figure 2). SMART stent (100 x 7.0 mm) was successfully deployed (Figure 3). Adjunctive ballooning using Powerflex 40 x 7.0 was performed. Good patency was achieved in right EIA (Figure 4). Then, we crossed total occluded right SFA lesion via subintima using 0.032 Terumo wire. Ballooning using Rider 5.0 x 80 was performed (Figure 5). Good patency was achieved in right SFA (Figure 6).