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Endovascular stenting for atherosclerotic subclavian artery stenosis in patients with other craniocervical artery stenosis

Y Li, Q Yin, W Zhu, Y Wang, X Fan, D Liu, M Chen, Q Wang, G Xu, B Yan, X Liu

Journal of Thrombosis and Thrombolysis | Published : 2013


Atherosclerotic subclavian artery stenosis (SAS) accompanied with other craniocervical artery stenosis (OCAS) is not uncommon in practice. We sought to investigate the safety and efficacy of endovascular stenting for SAS in patients with OCAS. Between January 2004 and February 2012, 71 consecutive atherosclerotic SAS patients who underwent primary stenting in our medical center were included. The enrolled patients were divided into combined-SAS group (n = 51) and solitary-SAS group (n = 20) depending on the presence or absence of OCAS. Data of demographics, procedure, and the followed-up were retrieved and analyzed. The technical success rate was 95.8 %; the clinical success rate was 90.1 %...

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