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Article_Title: HYBRID TREATMENT FOR MULTILEVEL ARTERIAL OCCLUSIVE DISEASE. CASE REPORT
Authors: Bogdan Totolici1, Ionel Droc2, Francisca Blanca Călinescu1*, Carmen Neamţu1
Affiliation: 1„Vasile Goldiş” Western University of Arad – Faculty of Medicine, Pharmacy and Dental Medicine, Arad, Romania
2 ‘Vasile Cândea’ Army’s Clinic Emergency Center for Cardiovascular Diseases, Cardiovascular Surgery Department, Bucharest, Romania
Abstract: Multilevel arterial disease presents a challenge to the vascular surgeons. Associated comorbidities and the usually high anesthetic risk mandate for a careful choice of the surgical indication. Hybrid interventions represent the less traumatic option possible for these patients. We present a case of a 72 years old patient who underwent both endovascular and open surgical intervention in the same time, correcting the inflow of the right iliac artery with stent placement.
Keywords: hybrid, multilevel arterial disease, by-pass, stenting, endovascular
References: Christopher D. Leville, Vikram S. Kashyap, Daniel G. Clair, James F. Bena, Sean P. Lyden, Roy K. Greenberg, Patrick J. O’Hara, Timur P. Sarac, Kenneth Ouriel. Endovascular management of iliac artery occlusions: extending treatment to TransAtlantic Inter-Society Consensus class C and D patients J Vasc. Surg 2005.09.034

L. Norgren,a W.R. Hiatt,b J.A. Dormandy, M.R. Nehler, K.A. Harris, and F.G.R. Fowkes on behalf of the TASC II Working Group Inter-Society Consensus for the Management of Peripheral Arterial Disease (TASC II). J Vasc Surg. 2006.12.037

Becker GJ, Katzen BT, Dake MD. Noncoronary angioplasty. Radiology 1989;170(3 Pt 2):921-40.

Murphy TP, Ariaratnam NS, Carney WI, Jr.Marcaccio EJ, Slaiby JM, Soares GM, et al. Aortoiliac insufficiency: long-term experience with stent placement for treatment. Radiology 2004; 231(1):243-9

Lam E, Landry G, Edwards J, Yeager R, Taylor L, Moneta G. Risk factors for autogenous infrainguinal bypass occlusion in patients with prosthetic inflow grafts. J Vasc Surg 2004; 39:336-42.
Read_full_article: pdf/vol17/iss1-4/17 JMA 2014 - Neamtu - Hybrid treatment for multilevel arterial.pdf
Correspondence: Francisca Blanca Călinescu
“Vasile Goldiş” Western University Arad,
Faculty of Medicine,
Pharmacy and Dental Medicine
Str. Geza Gruber Nr.12, Cartierul Verde
Arad, Romania
Mobil: 0743284001
Fax: 0368804270
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Read full article
Article Title: HYBRID TREATMENT FOR MULTILEVEL ARTERIAL OCCLUSIVE DISEASE. CASE REPORT
Authors: Bogdan Totolici1, Ionel Droc2, Francisca Blanca Călinescu1*, Carmen Neamţu1
Affiliation: 1„Vasile Goldiş” Western University of Arad – Faculty of Medicine, Pharmacy and Dental Medicine, Arad, Romania
2 ‘Vasile Cândea’ Army’s Clinic Emergency Center for Cardiovascular Diseases, Cardiovascular Surgery Department, Bucharest, Romania
Abstract: Multilevel arterial disease presents a challenge to the vascular surgeons. Associated comorbidities and the usually high anesthetic risk mandate for a careful choice of the surgical indication. Hybrid interventions represent the less traumatic option possible for these patients. We present a case of a 72 years old patient who underwent both endovascular and open surgical intervention in the same time, correcting the inflow of the right iliac artery with stent placement.
Keywords: hybrid, multilevel arterial disease, by-pass, stenting, endovascular
References: Christopher D. Leville, Vikram S. Kashyap, Daniel G. Clair, James F. Bena, Sean P. Lyden, Roy K. Greenberg, Patrick J. O’Hara, Timur P. Sarac, Kenneth Ouriel. Endovascular management of iliac artery occlusions: extending treatment to TransAtlantic Inter-Society Consensus class C and D patients J Vasc. Surg 2005.09.034

L. Norgren,a W.R. Hiatt,b J.A. Dormandy, M.R. Nehler, K.A. Harris, and F.G.R. Fowkes on behalf of the TASC II Working Group Inter-Society Consensus for the Management of Peripheral Arterial Disease (TASC II). J Vasc Surg. 2006.12.037

Becker GJ, Katzen BT, Dake MD. Noncoronary angioplasty. Radiology 1989;170(3 Pt 2):921-40.

Murphy TP, Ariaratnam NS, Carney WI, Jr.Marcaccio EJ, Slaiby JM, Soares GM, et al. Aortoiliac insufficiency: long-term experience with stent placement for treatment. Radiology 2004; 231(1):243-9

Lam E, Landry G, Edwards J, Yeager R, Taylor L, Moneta G. Risk factors for autogenous infrainguinal bypass occlusion in patients with prosthetic inflow grafts. J Vasc Surg 2004; 39:336-42.
*Correspondence: Francisca Blanca Călinescu
“Vasile Goldiş” Western University Arad,
Faculty of Medicine,
Pharmacy and Dental Medicine
Str. Geza Gruber Nr.12, Cartierul Verde
Arad, Romania
Mobil: 0743284001
Fax: 0368804270
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it