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Peripheral vessels | 10.1 Peripheral arteries
Case 10.1.5 Peripheral arteries of the lower extremity


Iliac arteries:
Coiling without stenosis of the iliac arteries
Iliac arteries:
Aortic aneurysm and bilateral common iliac artery aneurysm
Iliac arteries:
Bilateral common iliac artery aneurysm and an aortic prosthesis
Iliac arteries:
75 % common iliac artery stenosis
Iliac arteries:
>75 % common iliac artery stenosis
Iliac arteries:
> 75 % stenosis in the external iliac artery
Iliac arteries:
Right iliac and common femoral artery with dissected intima with only flow in the true lumen with low systolic velocities
Iliac arteries:
Dissection of the intima in the external iliac artery The aorta is normal
Femoral arteries:
Plaque in the common femoral artery with minor calcifications
Femoral arteries:
> 50 % Stenosis in the proximal superficial femoral artery
Femoral arteries:
> 50 % < 75 % stenosis in the superficial femoral artery
Femoral arteries:
> 75 % Stenosis in the distal superficial femoral artery
Femoral arteries:
> 75 % Stenosis in the distal superficial femoral artery
Femoral arteries:
Proximal superficial femoral artery occlusion
Popliteal arteries:
> 75 % Popliteal artery stenosis
Popliteal arteries:
Occlusion of the right popliteal artery a 31 year old male
Popliteal arteries:
Popliteal artery entrapment with an occlusion on the left side and a severe stenosis on the right side with absent flow during flexion cause ...
Popliteal arteries:
Thrombus filled popliteal artery caused by popliteal entrapment
Stents and bypasses:
Stenosis in a stent in the popliteal artery
Stents and bypasses:
Stenosis in a bypass anastomosis
Stents and bypasses:
Stenosis in a bypass
Stents and bypasses:
Infected graft with fistuling to the skin in a patient with a femoral graft
Iliac arteries:
Coiling without stenosis of the iliac arteries
Iliac arteries:
Aortic aneurysm and bilateral common iliac artery aneurysm
Iliac arteries:
Bilateral common iliac artery aneurysm and an aortic prosthesis
Iliac arteries:
75 % common iliac artery stenosis
Iliac arteries:
>75 % common iliac artery stenosis
Iliac arteries:
> 75 % stenosis in the external iliac artery
Iliac arteries:
Right iliac and common femoral artery with dissected intima with only flow in the true lumen with low systolic velocities
Iliac arteries:
Dissection of the intima in the external iliac artery The aorta is normal
Femoral arteries:
Plaque in the common femoral artery with minor calcifications
Femoral arteries:
> 50 % Stenosis in the proximal superficial femoral artery
Femoral arteries:
> 50 % < 75 % stenosis in the superficial femoral artery
Femoral arteries:
> 75 % Stenosis in the distal superficial femoral artery
Femoral arteries:
> 75 % Stenosis in the distal superficial femoral artery
Femoral arteries:
Proximal superficial femoral artery occlusion
Popliteal arteries:
> 75 % Popliteal artery stenosis
Popliteal arteries:
Occlusion of the right popliteal artery a 31 year old male
Popliteal arteries:
Popliteal artery entrapment with an occlusion on the left side and a severe stenosis on the right side with absent flow during flexion cause ...
Popliteal arteries:
Thrombus filled popliteal artery caused by popliteal entrapment
Stents and bypasses:
Stenosis in a stent in the popliteal artery
Stents and bypasses:
Stenosis in a bypass anastomosis
Stents and bypasses:
Stenosis in a bypass
Stents and bypasses:
Infected graft with fistuling to the skin in a patient with a femoral graft
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