Step by step isolated aortomesenteric bypass for chronic visceral ischemia
This video summarizes in 3 minutes all important steps to perform an isolated antegrade aortomesenteric bypass. The patient had a chronic occlusion of the superior mesenteric artery and underwent a primary stenting of a high-grade stenosis of the celiac trunk (CT). The endovascular recanalization of the SMA at that time was not feasible. The CT-stent occluded 8 months postimplantation with a complete thrombosis of the hepatic artery as well. The splenic artery arose from the aorta directly.