Decision making by a complex case of iatrogenically created A-V fistula with concomitant AAA and fem-pop bypass occlusion
This is a complex case of a 74-year-old female with an acute onset of rest pain of the right limb. Previous Rx: primary stenting of both renal arteries, endovascular repair of both CIA in CERAB technique and fem-pop 1 bypass right limb.
During her current readmission, the CT-scan revealed a high-flow AV fistula of the right CFA, an abdominal aortic aneurysm (4.7 cm), an occluded stent in the right renal artery as well as an occluded fem-pop bypass. What would you do in this case?