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22 September 2006

Crossed Bypass Femoro-Femoralis in Patient with External Iliac Artery Occlusion in the Course of Septic Hemorrhage after Renal Graft Explantatation

Jerzy Sienko, Karol Tejchman, Miloslaw Cnotliwy, Aleksander Falkowski, Maciej Nowacki, Marek Ostrowski

Ann Transplant 2006; 11(3): 12-14 :: ID: 496992

Abstract

Blood vessel complications are one of most important problems in patients after renal transplantation. They influence graft chances and they are also often direct life threat, requiring fast diagnosis and immediate surgical treatment. Described case concern septic hemorrhage in vessel junction region after transplant nephrectomy, reoperated 5 times because of this complication. We discuss occurrence and severity of septic hemorrhages, usual coexisting complications, ways of surgical treatment, course of infections leading to hemorrhage and similar cases reported. As the most frequent surgical techniques we found bypass axillo-femoralis, femoro-femoralis suprapubic and through formanen obturatorius and this kind of treatment as the most effective.

Keywords: Kindey Transplantation, Septic Haemorrhage, Crossed Bypass Femoro-Femoralis, External Iliac Artery Occlusion

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