This case report describes a successful endovascular revascularization technique which, along with a multidisciplinary approach, resulted in limb salvage with only a minor amputation.
The Pantheris device (Avinger), an integrated version of IV-OCT in a directional atherectomy device, has been used for the revascularization of lower extremity occlusions. We present a 73-year-old patient with chronic total occlusion of the axillary artery with successful revascularization using the Pantheris device, for the first time in the literature.
The objectives of this trial were to evaluate the safety and performance of the temporary stent in treating infrapopliteal arterial disease.
The primary objective of this study was to describe a novel classification system to characterize patterns of failure in deep venous arterialization (DVA) and suggest intervention strategies that correlate with these patterns.