popliteal artery

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Synonyms for popliteal artery

a continuation of the femoral artery that branches to supply the legs and feet

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Patients with SFA and popliteal artery disease often complain of pain while walking or at rest as a result of lesions in their arteries that restrict blood flow to the lower extremities.
Color Doppler ultrasound examination of the left popliteal artery revealed a well-defined, hypoechoic lesion with scant internal echoes and posterior acoustic enhancement abutting the popliteal artery.
In the complete type (75% of PSAs), the SFA is hypoplastic and the sciatic artery maintains its caliber to provide the major inflow to the thigh and the popliteal artery (5).
The finding of zero stent fractures in the popliteal artery, a vessel subject to high forces of compression, torque, rotation and flexion, validates the unique Supera design and the associated benefits of this vascular mimetic stent.
This is in contrast to ACD in the popliteal artery, where claudication is the most common clinical presentation.
Functional popliteal artery entrapment syndrome (FPAES) should be considered when symptoms like numbness or tingling are present, with or without paresthesias.
However, this is difficult to believe, as the diameter of omental vessels is roughly one-tenth of the popliteal artery.
The 6Fr size allows a smaller access site and multiple approach options when treating patients with peripheral artery disease (PAD), which can be particularly important when treating stenoses or occlusions in the superficial femoral artery (SFA) and the popliteal artery.
6m for failing to recognise abnormalities in foetal heart rate and pounds 959,081 for not recognising an injury to the popliteal artery in a patient's knee.
Failure to recognise an injury to the popliteal artery - pounds 959,081 NORTH WEST WALES NHS TRUST Failure to advise patient of all risks of surgery - pounds 510,377 PEMBROKESHIRE AND DERWEN NHS TRUST Needle for a spinal anaesthetic inserted in the wrong place - pounds 371,850.
Another important advance in arterial bypass grafting in diabetics with minimal inflow disease has been the concept of inflow grafts taken from the popliteal artery to more distal locations rather than the traditional location of the common femoral artery.
Proximal anastomosis originated from the right common femoral artery and the distal anastomosis was to the below-knee left popliteal artery with a 6 mm x70 mm polytetrafluoroethylene graft (GORE-PROPATEN-HT066070).
A follow-up angiogram again showed SMA thrombosis and a left popliteal artery thrombosis.
There appeared to be increased clotting to her left popliteal artery and she was treated with anticoagulants.