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Endovascular treatment of bilateral spontaneous dissection of common iliac artery involvement of the aorta and 3-year follow-up results


 Department of Vascular Surgery, People's Hospital of Fuyang, Anhui, China

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Jun-Ding Hu,
Department of Vascular Surgery, People's Hospital of Fuyang, 501 San Qing Road, Fuyang, 236000 Anhui
China
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DOI: 10.4103/VIT-D-21-00004

Spontaneous dissection of the iliac artery is very rare. We report the case of a 49-year-old man who presented with spontaneous dissection of common iliac artery involvement of the aorta. We treated him by unibody bifurcated stent grafting and deployed the second stent-graft to prevent the collapse of the true lumen of the right iliac artery. For the sake of preserving pelvic blood flow, proximal type I endoleak was not treated. After 3 years, the endoleak still existed, without any aneurysmal formation. Further, the dissection of the distal external iliac artery still existence after 3 months, but the virtual disappearance after 3 years.


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