A case of Situs Inversus unexpectedly discovered during placement of a temporary hemodialysis catheter
Subclavian artery stenosis and brachial artery FMD causing ischemic fingers from microemboli, successfully treated with primary stenting and angioplasty respectively.
Endoleak are fairly common but are rarely significant. When the aneurysm continues to grow, however, they must be addressed. This example is type III.
Close clinical surveillance with physical examination and screening ABI’s is essential to ensuring long term patency for vascular interventions in patients with PAD.
Subclavian, innominate and vertebral artery atherosclerosis is a frequently underdiagnosed but important manifestation of peripheral artery disease.
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