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Minerva Chirurgica 2006 December;61(6):533-36

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Retrograde aorto-mesenteric by-pass grafting as treatment option of recurrent chronic mesenteric ischemia after thrombosed superior mesenteric artery stentino. Report of a case

Nano G., Dalainas I., Bianchi P., Stegher S., Casana R., Malacrida G., Tealdi D. G.

1st Unit of Vascular Surgery School of Vascular Surgery Istituto Policlinico San Donato University of Milan, Milan, Italy


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We report a case of early stent failure in a patient with chronic mesenteric ischemia and its treatment with a retrograde aorto-mesenteric by-pass. The patient was initially treated with angioplasty and stenting. Seven months after the procedure complete thrombosis of the stent was achieved. A retrograde aorto-mesenteric by-pass was performed. After two years the patient remains asymptomatic and color Duplex scan confirm the patency of the graft.

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