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Percutaneous Intervention for Infrainguinal Arterial Occlusive Disease with Heel Ulcer

  • Sachinder Singh HansEmail author
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Abstract

An intractable heel ulcer showed marked improvement with antibiotics, wound care, and infrainguinal angioplasty and stenting. Due to recurrence of the occlusion, secondary intervention became necessary. Role of endovascular therapy and open arterial bypass is discussed.

Keywords

Supera™ stent Peroneal angioplasty Heel ulcer 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Medical Director of Vascular and Endovascular ServicesHenry Ford Macomb Hospital, Clinical Assistant Professor at Wayne State, University School of MedicineClinton TownshipUSA

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