Subclavian coronary steal syndrome: Endovascular treatment
A patient with recent history of coronary artery bypass surgery, presented with left arm claudication and chest pain. CT angiography showed occluded left subclavian artery occlusion. Left distal radial artery (snuff box) and right femoral artery approaches used for revascularization of subclavian artery.
Basic vascular surgery skills
Endoleak Type 2: Transarterial Embolization
In an 86-year-old man with history of endovascular abdominal aortic aneurysm repair (EVAR) about 2 years ago and aneurysmal sac expansion of 2 cm, trans-arterial approach was used to close the endoleak. For embolizing a lumbar artery, the microcatheter was advanced from the internal iliac artery to the iliolumbar artery to the culprit lumbar artery and nidus. Coils and Onyx were applied.