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Ann Vasc Dis. 2013;6(1):94-7. doi: 10.3400/avd.cr.12.00073. Epub 2013 Mar 25.

Late Lower Extremity Ischemia due to Thrombi in an Occluded Graft after Axillary-Femoral Artery Bypass.

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Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Nara Prefectural Mimuro Hospital, 1-14-16 Mimuro, Sango-cho, Ikoma-gun, Nara 636-0802, Japan.

Abstract

We experienced a rare case of acute ischemia of the lower extremity due to embolism caused by an occluded prosthetic graft late after axillary-femoral artery bypass. A 67-year-old woman developed acute right lower extremity ischemia 7 years after axillary-femoral artery bypass, which had been performed for lower limb ischemia as a complication of acute aortic dissection (Stanford B). The graft was occluded, and the native vessel had re-canalized by the time of the present admission. She was successfully treated by disconnection of the graft followed by revascularization.

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axillary-femoral bypass; complication; lower extremity ischemia

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