Complex combination of femoropopliteal occlusive disease and arteriovenous fistula treated using color-coded digital subtraction angiography. Journal of vascular surgery cases and innovative techniques Iwakoshi, S., Konishi, K., Inoue, T., Watkins, A. C., Ichihashi, S., Kichikawa, K. 2019; 5 (3): 264–68


Any quantitative assessment of blood flow using conventional angiography remains impossible with current technology. Physicians decide the clinical end point of a procedure by subjective interpretation. Color-coded digital subtraction angiography has been invented to meet this demand and is used primarily in neuroradiology. This report presents the endovascular treatment of a rare complex combination of peripheral artery disease and arteriovenous fistula using guidance of blood flow parameters, such as area under the curve.

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