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RESULTS OF ENDOVASCULAR TREATMENT OF PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL OCCLUSIVE DISEASE OF ILIAC ARTERIES /

REZULTATI ENDOVASKULARNOG TRETMANA PERIFERNE ARTERIJSKE OKLUZIVNE BOLESTI ILIJAČNIH ARTERIJA

Authors

 

Tijana Kokovic1, Nikola Batinić3, Viktorija Vučaj-Ćirilović2, , Aleksandar Spasić1, Dragan Nikolić3, Viktor Till1

1Centar za radiologiju, Univerzitetski klinički centar Vojvodine
2Institut za onkologiju Vojvodine, Centar za imidžing dojagnostiku
3Klinika za vaskularnu i endovaskularnu hirurgiju, Univerzitetski klinički centar Vojvodine

 

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The paper was received / Rad primljen: 21.01.2022.

Accepted / Rad prihvaćen: 15.03.2022.

 


Correspondence to:


Dr Tijana Koković
Centar za radiologiju
Univerzitetski klinički centar Vojvodine
Novi Sad
Hajduk Veljkova 1
e-mail: tijana.kokovic@icloud.com

 

 

Abstract

 

 

Introduction The clinical manifestation of peripheral arterial occlusive disease (PAOD) highly depends on the extent of atherosclerotic lesions. Trans-Atlantic Inter Society Consensus (TASC) II Classification of PAOD based on the prevalence and characteristics of atherosclerotic disease and their benefits for endovascular or open surgical therapy classifies patients in A-D stages. The aim of this study was to show the effect of revascularization after endovascular treatment on the iliac arteries depending on the stage of the disease according to the Leriche-Fontaine classification. Methods The study included patients with aortoilic occlusive disease (AIOD) treated with the endovascular revascularization during a period of six years, who were available for clinical examination (total of 87 patients). The study has prospective character. Results Endovascular procedure went as planned in 94,3% patients. The postprocedural course was without complications in 88,6% of patients. Preproceduraly majority of patients were in stadium IIb and III, while postproceduraly majority were in I and IIa. In 3 of patients amputation of treated lower extremity was performed. Control Duplex ultrasonography (DUS) showed in 86% of the patients the patentcy of stent. Conclusion Endovascular treatment of AIOD is a minimal-invasive therapeutic method, it is complementary to an open surgical revascularization method and in selected patients has a good revascularization effect, with acceptable mortality and morbidity.

 

 

 

Keywords:

peripheral arterial occlusive disease, iliac stents, TASC classification, endovascular treatment

 

 

 

Sažetak

 

Uvod Klinička manifestacija periferne arterijske okluzivne bolesti (PAOB) zavisi od proširenosti aterosklerotskih lezija. Trans-Atlantic Inter Society Consensus (TASC) II klasifikacija PAOB na osnovu proširenosti i karakteristika aterosklerotske bolesti determiniše vrstu terapije i svrstava pacijente u stadijume A do D. Cilj rada je prikazati efekat revaskularizacije nakon endovaskularnog tretmana na ilijačnim arterijama u zavisnosti od stadijuma bolesti prema Leriche-Fontaine klasifikaciji. MetodeStudijom su obuhvaćeni pacijenti sa aortoiličnom okluzivnom bolešću (AIOB) tretirani endovaskularnom revaskularizacijom u periodu od šest godina, dostupni za klinički pregled (ukupno 87 pacijenata). Studija je perspektivnog karaktera. Rezultati Endovaskularna procedura je protekla uredno kod 94.2% bolesnika. Postproceduralni tok je protekao uredno kod 87.3% bolesnika. Većina pacijenata je preproceduralno bila u stadijumu IIb i III, dok je postproceduralno većina bila u stadijumu I i IIa. Kod 3 pacijenta je postproceduralno načinjena amputacija tretiranog donjeg ekstremiteta. Kontrolna Duplex ultrasonografija (DUS) je pokazala je kod 83% bolesnika patentnost stenta. Zaključak Endovaskularni tretman AIOB je minimalno inavazivna terapijska metoda, komplemetarna otvorenoj hirurškoj revaskularizcionoj metodi i kod izabranih bolesnika ima dobar revaskularizacioni efekat, sa prihvatljivim mortalitetom i morbiditetom.

 

 


Ključne reči:

periferna arterijska okluzivna bolest, ilijačni stentovi, TASC klasifikacija, endovaskularni tretman

 

 

 

 

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