external iliac artery


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Related to external iliac artery: internal iliac artery, common iliac artery, femoral artery
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the outer branch of the common iliac artery on either side of the body

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A common iliac artery aneurysm involving the iliac bifurcation requires graft extension into external iliac artery and concurrent embolization of internal iliac artery to prevent retrograde endoleak.
The left proximal external iliac artery demonstrated severe stenosis.
Keywords: Pseudoaneurysm, External iliac artery, Femoral artery puncture, Covered stent.
The left external iliac artery (LEIA) was supplied by collateral circulation.
Revascularisation was achieved using a 6 mm Dacron graft from the right distal external iliac artery to the left proximal internal iliac artery.
The other penile arteries was observed to be extension of the external iliac artery.
Objectives: To evaluate the results of separate anastomoses of multiple arteries of the donor kidney with the external iliac artery of the recipient in renal transplant surgery.
Proximal control was gained above the infrarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm and repair of both was undertaken with bifurcated Dacron graft, anastomosed onto the left common iliac artery and the right external iliac artery, as the origin of the right common iliac artery was also aneurysmal.
Subsequent angiography confirmed a 4x4 cm false aneurysm at the anastomosis of the transplanted renal artery with the right sided external iliac artery.
It continues on the pelvic sidewall medial to the infundibulopelvic ligament as it crosses the external iliac artery.
Group 1 (control group, n=9): No drug was given to the subjects of this group throughout the duration of the study, and an angioplasty balloon catheter was used to induce an injury in the right external iliac artery.
He pioneered ligation of the common carotid artery for aneurysm and devised the extraperitoneal approach to the external iliac artery for femoral aneurysm.
Associated iliac aneurysms require an external iliac artery landing zone (after coil embolisation or flared stentgraft occlusion of the ipsilateral internal iliac artery to prevent backflow).
Abstract: A 74-year-old woman had a history over 25 years of endarterectomy of both renal arteries, iliac venous thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, left internal carotid artery endarterectomy, coronary angioplasty, aortocoronary bypass grafting, occlusion of the right axillary artery, lower-limb claudication due to common iliac artery aneurysm, external iliac artery stenosis, multiple femoral artery stenoses, bifurcational stent grafting, occlusion of the left brachial artery and the right external iliac artery, and stroke.