Extra-anatomic Bypasses in Chronic Arterial Occlusive Disease (Infections, Patients at Risk)

  • H. Müller-Wiefel


Atypical, or so-called “extra-anatomic”, bypasses are employed whenever a special local situation (e.g., infection, multiple operations, radiation, stoma) or an unfavorable general condition precludes direct arterial reconstruction or orthotopic placement of the bypass, or when a minimum stress operation must be performed, without opening of a large body cavity.


Iliac Artery Superficial Femoral Artery Axillary Artery Distal Anastomosis Obturator Foramen 
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