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Aorto-iliakale Gefäßverschlüsse

Aorta abdominalis, A. iliaca communis, A. iliaca interna, A. iliaca externa
  • Ralf Kolvenbach

Zusammenfassung

  • 70% der Bevölkerung mit einer peripheren arteriellen Verschlusskrankheit (pAVK) haben eine Claudicatio-Symptomatik

  • 20% der über 75-jährigen Patienten haben eine pAVK

  • 48% der Patienten<45 Jahre mit Claudicatio-Symptomatik haben eine Erkrankung der Iliakalarterien.

  • In 20% der Fälle besteht unabhängig von der Altersgruppe eine multisegmentale Erkrankung.

  • <10% singuläre Verschlüsse im Bereich der Aortenbifurkation

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ralf Kolvenbach
    • 1
  1. 1.Augusta KrankenhausDüsseldorf

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