Emergent treatment of an latrogenic arterial injury at femoral puncture site with Symbiot (R) self-expanding PTFE-covered coronary stent-graft


Arat A., Turkbey B., Cil B. E. , Canyigit M., Cekirge S.

AUSTRALASIAN RADIOLOGY, cilt.51, 2007 (SCI İndekslerine Giren Dergi) identifier identifier identifier

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We report an intracranial stenting procedure complicated by active bleeding from the femoral puncture site because of high arterial puncture. The patient was treated by placement of two PTIFE-covered self-expanding coronary stent-grafts. To our knowledge, there have been very few reports on stent-grafting of femoral artery in the literature. The low profile and flexibility of the coronary stent-graft enabled treatment via a six French sheath and 12th month patency is demonstrated with CT angiography.