Short Spot Versus Long Lesion Stenting as Best Treatment for Extensive Occlusive SFA Disease

2017-07-25 12:38:21 | BioPortfolio


Since the length of lesion seems to be negatively associated with stent patency due to restenosis, it is thought that the efficacy of treatment in patients with multiple (> 1) short (focal; > 1 and < 5 cm) SFA lesions can be improved by spot stenting as compared to the use of one long stent. This study proposes to evaluate the endovascular treatment for patients with SFA lesions by comparing two strategies for patients with extensive occlusive SFA disease; 1) short spot (SS) stenting or 2) long lesion (LL) stenting.

Study Design


Extensive Occlusive Disease of Superficial Femoral Artery


Short spot stenting, Long lesion stenting




Catharina Ziekenhuis Eindhoven

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