Jornal Vascular Brasileiro
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Jornal Vascular Brasileiro
Case Report

Avanços nos materiais e no tratamento endovascular de oclusões arteriais crônicas totais: um relato de caso

Advances in materials and endovascular treatment of chronic total arterial occlusions: a case report

Daniel Queiroz Neves; Jorge Ribeiro da Cunha Junior; Márcio Cerbazzi Tavares Cardoso; Mauro Henrique de Lima; Gustavo Petorossi Solano; Celso Luis Muhlethaler Chouin; Sérgio Lopes de Azevedo; Paulo Eduardo Ocke Reis

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Resumo

As oclusões arteriais crônicas totais com forte componente cálcico são ainda nos dias atuais, um fator muitas vezes limitante para o tratamento endovascular devido à dificuldade em transpor estas lesões com fios-guia e cateteres habitualmente utilizados. Revisamos a literatura e descrevemos um caso de tratamento endovascular de uma oclusão total de artéria ilíaca externa, onde o uso de novos materiais desenvolvidos especificamente para o tratamento deste tipo de lesão foi determinante para o sucesso do caso.

Palavras-chave

arteriopatias oclusivas, arteriosclerose obliterante, claudicação intermitente

Abstract

Chronic arterial occlusions with great calcium component are usually a factor of limitation to endovascular treatment to the difficulty to transpose these lesions with guidewires and catheters commonly used. We reviewed the literature and described a case of endovascular treatment of a total occlusion of external iliac artery, where the use of new materials developed specifically to the treatment of such injuries was critical to the success of the case.

Keywords

arterial occlusive diseases, arteriosclerosis obliterans, intermittent claudication

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