Right common femoral artery after a percutaneous closure - Image 2

Image in Interventional Cardiovascular Medicine: what do you see?

Author: Philippe Commeau, France

Right common femoral artery after a percutaneous closure -

Share your comments on the image above:

  • What do you see?
  • Which diagnosis element do you recognise?
  • How would you treat?

 
Please log in to comment!

5 comments

  • Tejas Patel 21 Apr 2017

    *Narrowing of right SFA *Probably stricture developed due to closure device *Stenting from contralateral approach

  • bvnarayanareddy baipireddy 06 May 2017

    RIGHT COMMOM FEMORAL ARTERY STENOSIS,IF SYMPTOMATIC ,GO FOR STENTING

  • Agustin Vecchia 30 Apr 2017

    ,mhjvkhjvkjhv

  • Han Nuang Tun 29 Apr 2017

    Femoral Pseudoaneurysm.

  • Khaled Mallek 01 Jun 2017

    looks like a knob in the common femoral artery with faint filling of profunda!