Gefäßendoprothesen (Stents)

  • Walter Gross-Fengels
  • Karl Friedrich Rudolf Neufang

Zusammenfassung

Die konventionelle PTA von umschriebenen konzentrischen Stenosen im Bekkenbereich konnte als effektives und vergleichsweise risikoarmes Verfahren etabliert werden. Weniger günstig sind die Ergebnisse bei exzentrischen und langstreckigen Stenosen. Auch wurde in der Vergangenheit die PTA von Bekkenarterienverschlüssen kontrovers diskutiert. Bei stark verkalkten oder ulzerös veränderten Stenosen sowie bei Dissektionen läßt sich durch die konventionelle PTA häufig kein zufriedenstellendes Ergebnis erzielen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Walter Gross-Fengels
    • 1
  • Karl Friedrich Rudolf Neufang
    • 2
  1. 1.Abteilung für Klinische RadiologieAK HarburgHamburg 90Deutschland
  2. 2.Institut und Poliklinik für Radiologische DiagnostikUniversität zu KölnKöln 41Deutschland

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