Deep Femoral Artery Revascularization

  • M. P. Merlini

Abstract

Following the description of the surgical approach of the deep femoral artery (DFA), this chapter and the subsequent ones are devoted to the surgical techniques and their specific indications. The current chapter deals with revascularization of the DFA. In this term, one must include all the techniques which improve blood flow at the ostium of this artery (Schwilden and van Dongen 1987; Fig. 1). They are not techniques concerning the DFA itself: the trunk of this artery and even the ostium are not affected. Revas-cularization improves proximal flow. One must therefore differentiate between revascularization and profundaplasty (Chap. 9).

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Catheter Ischemia Albumin Polyethylene Peri 

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