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Percutaneous Reopening Procedures

  • Wolfgang Krings
  • Peter E. Peters

Abstract

Since the introduction of percutaneous transluminal angioplasty (PTA) by Dotter and Judkins [1] in 1964 and the development of the double-lumen balloon catheter by Gruentzig and Hopff [2] in 1974 this method has become established in the treatment of peripheral arterial occlusive disease. It is mainly indicated in isolated stenoses or short occlusions [3] (Fig. 1). The combination of PTA and low-dose local fibrinolysis [4] allows to recanalize even occlusions with unorganized thrombotic material, so that acute and subacute obliterations occurring in the course of chronic arterial occlusion may be treated by means of a catheter (Figs. 2,3).

Keywords

Limb Salvage Popliteal Artery Superficial Femoral Artery Critical Limb Ischaemia Laser Angioplasty 
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  • Wolfgang Krings
  • Peter E. Peters

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