Surgical Treatment of Stent Restenosis after Long Segment Pl
Case Report

A 55-year-old male was presented with wound on his left foot, was admitted to us. He had a history of calf claudication, hypertension, diabetes mellitus, coronary artery bypass grafting surgery, femoropopliteal bypass grafting surgery and percutaneous stent placement 1 year ago. On admission his blood pressure was 120/80 mm Hg and his heart rate was 72 beats/min. The remainder of the physical examination was unremarkable except blood creatinine and glucose levels. On physical examination his left limb pulses were absent except femoral artery pulse and wound on his left foot. A computed tomography angiography scan was performed which revealed total occlusion of the left superficial femoral artery, occlusion of the previously placed stent and total occlusion of the graft..