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《Clinical Journal of Medical Officers》 2011-02
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Study of interventional treatment for chronic long-segment occlusions of femoropopliteal arteries

Qian Jun,Jiang Hong,Guo Hai-tao(Centre of Peripheral Vascular Disease Interventional Therapy,PLA No.463 Hospital,Shenyang Liaoning 110042,China)  
Objective To evaluate the use and efficacy of interventional treatment for chronic long-segment occlusions of femoropopliteal arteries.Methods 56 patients were retrospectively reviewed and analyzed.They were all treated by combined interventional techniques,such as recanalization,local thrombolysis via catheter,percutaneous transluminal angioplasty(PTA),implantation of stent etc.Results The technical successful rate was 92.9%(52/56).Clinical improvement at different degrees was seen in 52 cases after interventional treatment: +3 in 14 cases;+2 in 29 cases;+1 in 9 cases.ABI were rised from 0.46±0.12 to 0.83±0.08 after treatment.Clinical change at different degrees was seen in 48 cases followed up: +3:11 cases;+2:24 cases;+1:6 cases;0:4 cases;-1:1 cases;-2:2 cases.Conclusion Interventional treatment is microinvasive,safe and effective for patients of occlusions of femoropopliteal arteries.
【CateGory Index】: R543.5
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