iliac arteries


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iliac arteries

The two large arteries into which the abdominal AORTA divides in the lower abdomen, and which supply blood to the pelvic region and the legs.
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Essentially, embolization of the left internal iliac artery was planned to prevent formation of a type II endoleak after placement of a covered stent from the common to external iliac arteries.
The authors discuss how the extent of embolization of the internal iliac arteries, bilateral compared to unilateral, may increase the risk of complications.
The SFA and iliac arteries, located in the upper leg and pelvis, are common areas of blockage in patients with PAD.
The internal and external iliac arteries were exposed, isolated and controlled.
Lea, in his second year on the Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team, underwent a procedure to repair obstructed external iliac arteries in March.
Some causes of such failure include an inability to deploy the endograft because of tortuosity of the iliac vessels or the aneurysm itself, failure to obtain exclusion of the aneurysm with a large endoleak, and rupture of the aneurysm or the iliac arteries during deployment.
Emergency femoral angiography indicated complete obstruction of the right common iliac and left internal iliac arteries (Figure) with collateral supplies via lumbar arteries.
It controlled bleeding within 10 minutes in a patient with postpartum hemorrhage whose condition did not resolve with uterotonic drugs, suturing, ligation of internal iliac arteries, subtotal hysterectomy, pelvic packing, and blood transfusion (Obstet.
The mean maximum diameter of abdominal aortic aneurysms was roughly the same in both sexes, but women had significantly smaller iliac arteries.
To assess initial biological response, we have implanted four 5 mm ID grafts into canines as bilateral aorto - femoral bypasses with the iliac arteries tied off.