aortoiliac


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aortoiliac

(ā″or″tō-ĭl′ē-ak″) [ aort- + iliac]
Pert. to both the aorta and the iliac arteries.
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We believe this is the first reported case of an intraureteric foreign body causing asymptomatic hydroureteronephrosis following aortoiliac graft placement.
The drug was particularly effective in patients who had femoropopliteal disease, increasing maximal walking time to 286 seconds, compared with patients who had aortoiliac disease, whose maximal walking time improved by 127 seconds.
In addition, extensive atherosclerotic disease, especially in the aortoiliac vasculature, and focal ectasia in the distal right common iliac artery were noted.
Nausea and syncope are due to low cardiac output following inferior caval compression at the bifurcation (complete in 90%, with variable patency of collateral ascending lumbar and spinal canal veins to the azygous veins), while the foetal effects (4,5), including foetal heart rate changes irrespective of the presence or absence of maternal hypotension (6), are also secondary to aortoiliac displacement (usually to the left) and aortoiliac compression (most marked across the lumbar lordosis at L3-5 and exaggerated by uterine contraction) (7,8).
Quality of life and exercise performance after aortoiliac stent placement for claudication.
9,10) Cholesterol crystal embolization is associated with aortoiliac atheromas in 80% of cases.
The patient's medical history was significant for congestive heart failure, coronary artery disease, mild to severe aortic stenosis, aortoiliac bypass, and pacemaker placement.
The combined DURABILITY Iliac and VISIBILITY Iliac studies will provide a comprehensive evaluation of two complementary stent systems for the successful resolution of symptomatic aortoiliac obstructions.
7) We know incidentalomas are present in 49% of patients undergoing aortoiliac CT angiography prior to aortic valve repair.
Meta-analysis of the results of percutaneous transluminal angioplasty and stent placement for aortoiliac occlusive disease.
This is probably because the pilot study employed quite restrictive inclusion criteria, whereas the new study included a broader spectrum of PAD patients, including those with diabetes and with aortoiliac or infrainguinal disease.
Incidence of major venous and renal anomalies relevant to aortoiliac surgery as demonstrated by computed tomography.