Summary of lesion characteristics and distribution of vessels treated by infrapopliteal angioplasty Lesion characteristics n (%) TASC II classification A 2 (2) B 19 (18) C 49 (45) D 38 (35) Lesion length <3 cm 2 (2) 3-10 cm 21 (21) >10 cm 79 (78) Lesion type Occlusion 75 (89) Stenosis 9 (11) Vessels treated Anterior tibial artery 73 Posterior tibial artery 31 Peroneal artery 38 Tibioperoneal
trunk 16 TASC, TransAtlantic InterSociety Consensus for the Management of Peripheral Arterial Disease.
Should percutaneous transluminal angioplasty be recommended for treatment of infrageniculate popliteal artery or tibioperoneal
Iodine-containing radiopaque media of 270-300 mOsmol was administered via the distal abdominal aorta using a pigtail catheter or via the right or left common iliac arteries selectively by using the right coronary artery catheter to examine the right-left common iliac artery, iliac externa, iliac interna, main femoral, superficial femoral, deep femoral, popliteal, tibioperoneal
truncus, anterior tibial, and posterior tibial arteries, and up to the distal peroneal artery.
As distal anastomoses region anterior tibial artery, posterior tibial artery, peroneal artery and tibioperoneal
trunk were used respectively in 19, 8, 2 and 3 patients (Table-II).
3 an arteriogram of the infra-popliteal trifurcation shows a tight stenosis of the popliteal artery and the tibioperoneal
Herein, we report a case of a patient with tibioperoneal
trunk pseudoaneurysm who was intervened with covered stents.
Retrograde approach for complex popliteal and tibioperoneal
The arterial anatomical conditions that adversely affect the harvest of the fibula are as follows: significant atherosclerotic stenosis of the tibioperoneal
trunk or peroneal artery, peroneal arteria magna (a condition in which only the peroneal artery supplies the foot), and the absence of the peroneal artery (which occurs congenitally or as an acquired defect) combined with a hypoplastic PTA.
This is especially true in the femoropopliteal and tibioperoneal
Although much smaller in terms of total procedures, the tibioperoneal
(below knee) market is forecast to grow at an extremely rapid pace and exceed 390,000 procedures by 2020.
Angioplasty/atherectomy, primary stent procedures and total endovascular procedures are analyzed by vascular territory in the aortoiliac, femoropopliteal, and tibioperoneal
regions and projected through 2020.
The key question is what happens to stent procedures in the femoropopliteal and tibioperoneal