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Reinterventions following endovascular revascularization in elderly with critical limb ischemia; an observational study.

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Summary of "Reinterventions following endovascular revascularization in elderly with critical limb ischemia; an observational study."

Endovascular first strategy for critical limb ischemia is widely accepted, because of the increasing patency rates and minimal invasive character, especially in elderly patients. Nonetheless, the impact of reinterventions because of endovascular treatment failure in this population is not well known. The aim of this study is to evaluate the reintervention rate and outcome following reinterventions.

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Name: Annals of vascular surgery
ISSN: 1615-5947
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