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Fig. 2

From: Case report: lateral axillary-profunda femoris artery bypass for acute lower limb ischemia due to thrombosis after bilateral axillofemoral bypass

Fig. 2

The patient’s preoperative angiography results: a The beginning segment of the left axillary-femoral bypass is occluded, and there is no blood flow in the artificial vessel. b No significant stenosis at the anastomosis of the right side axillofemoral bypass is evident. Smooth blood flow was noted through the artificial vessel. No stenosis is noted at the axillary artery anastomosis. c Occlusion of the abdominal aorta below the level of the renal artery, and occlusion of the common iliac artery, internal iliac artery and external iliac artery. d Occlusion of the superficial femoral artery in the bilateral lower limbs. The left common femoral artery anastomosis is not visible, and delayed contrast filling is noted in the deep femoral artery of the left lower extremity. There is no stenosis in the right lower limb femoral artery anastomosis, and the right deep femoral artery is unobstructed. e Attempts to use a guidewire catheter to access the left artificial vessel lumen were unsuccessful under angiography

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