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Table 1 Patient characteristics

From: Technical tips and procedural steps in endovascular aortic aneurysm repair with concomitant recanalization of iliac artery occlusions

  Case 1 Case 2 Case 3
Gender Male Male Male
Age 86 years old 92 years old 84 years old
Comorbidity Alzheimer Hypertension Hypertension, CKD, CVD
Aneurysm diameter AAA 53 mm AAA 56 mm AAA 36 mm
R-CIAA 25mm L-IIAA 26 mm R-CIAA 56 mm
L-CIAA 25mm
Occluded EIA    
-Side R R L
-Length/ Diameter 85 mm/8 mm 75 mm/9 mm 6 mm/7 mm
Recanalization Bidirectional Retrograde Retrograde
IIA embolization R - R
Landing site (R/ L) EIA/ CIA CIA/ CIA EIA/ CIA
Device size Mainbody: 28.5mm/12mm/12cm Mainbody: 26mm/12mm/14cm Mainbody:22mm/12mm/18cm
Rt leg: 12mm/14cm, Rt leg: 14.5mm/14cm, Rt leg: 12mm/10cm, 10mm/7cm
Lt leg (Endurant): 28mm/9.3cm Lt leg: 18mm/11.5cm Lt leg: 18mm/13.5cm
Complication    
-During EVAR No No No
-Follow-up (CT/MR) Type II Endoleak Type II Endoleak Type II Endoleak
ABI at occluded ilac site    
pre/ post- treatment 0.5/ 0.93 0.72/ 0.91 0.62/ 0.61
Rutherford classification at occluded iliac site    
Pre/ post- treatment 2/ 0 2/ 0 0/ 0
Aneurysm diameter AAA 47 mm AAA 52 mm NA
(after 6 months) R-CIAA 23mm L-IIAA 27 mm
  L-CIAA 25mm  
  1. ABI; ankle-brachial index, CIAA; common iliac artery aneurysm, CKD; chronic kidney disease; CVD; cerebro vascular disease, EIA; external iliac artery aneurysm, EVAR; endovascular aneurysm repair, IIAA; internal iliac artery aneurysms, L; left, NA; not available, R; right.