Placement of balloon-expandable intraluminal stents in iliac arteries: First 171 procedures

Julio C Palmaz, Oscar J. Garcia, Richard A. Schatz, Chet R. Rees, Thomas Roeren, Goetz M. Richter, Gerd Noeldge, Geoffrey A. Gardiner, Gary J. Becker, Craig Walker, Jody Stagg, Barry T. Katzen, Michael D. Dake, Rosa Maria Paolini, Gordon K. McLean, Johannes Lammer, Donald E. Schwarten, Fermin O. Tio, Harlan D Root, Waid Rogers

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Abstract

Balloon-expandable intraluminal stents were used to treat iliac artery stenoses or occlusions that failed to respond to conventional balloon angioplasty. One hundred seventy-one procedures were performed in 154 patients, of whom 48 had a limb at risk for amputation. Thirty-six had severe and 70 had moderate intermittent claudication. At the latest follow-up examination (average, 6 months; range, 1-24 months), 137 patients demonstrated clinical benefit, 113 of whom had become asymptomatic. Eleven patients showed no initial benefit, and six improved initially but later developed new vascular symptoms. Complications occurred in 18 patients. In three patients, complications were directly related to the device. Two occlusions were successfully recanalized, and an intramural collection of contrast material secondary to balloon perforation evolved favorably. The remaining patients had groin hematoma (n = 6), distal embolization (n = 4), extravasation (n = 2), transient renal failure (n = 1), pseudoaneurysm at the puncture site (n = 1), or subintimal dissection (n = 1). All stents have remained patent to the latest follow-up examination without evidence of migration or aneurysm formation.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)969-975
Number of pages7
JournalRadiology
Volume174
Issue number3 PART 2
StatePublished - Mar 1990

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Iliac Artery
Stents
Intermittent Claudication
Balloon Angioplasty
Groin
False Aneurysm
Amputation
Punctures
Hematoma
Contrast Media
Renal Insufficiency
Aneurysm
Blood Vessels
Dissection
Pathologic Constriction
Extremities
Equipment and Supplies

Keywords

  • Arteries, extremities, 98.721
  • Arteries, grafts and prostheses, 98.456
  • Arteries, iliac, 98.721
  • Arteries, stenosis or obstruction, 98.721
  • Arteries, transluminal angioplasty, 98.128
  • Arteriosclerosis, 98.721

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  • Radiological and Ultrasound Technology

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Palmaz, J. C., Garcia, O. J., Schatz, R. A., Rees, C. R., Roeren, T., Richter, G. M., ... Rogers, W. (1990). Placement of balloon-expandable intraluminal stents in iliac arteries: First 171 procedures. Radiology, 174(3 PART 2), 969-975.

Placement of balloon-expandable intraluminal stents in iliac arteries : First 171 procedures. / Palmaz, Julio C; Garcia, Oscar J.; Schatz, Richard A.; Rees, Chet R.; Roeren, Thomas; Richter, Goetz M.; Noeldge, Gerd; Gardiner, Geoffrey A.; Becker, Gary J.; Walker, Craig; Stagg, Jody; Katzen, Barry T.; Dake, Michael D.; Paolini, Rosa Maria; McLean, Gordon K.; Lammer, Johannes; Schwarten, Donald E.; Tio, Fermin O.; Root, Harlan D; Rogers, Waid.

In: Radiology, Vol. 174, No. 3 PART 2, 03.1990, p. 969-975.

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Palmaz, JC, Garcia, OJ, Schatz, RA, Rees, CR, Roeren, T, Richter, GM, Noeldge, G, Gardiner, GA, Becker, GJ, Walker, C, Stagg, J, Katzen, BT, Dake, MD, Paolini, RM, McLean, GK, Lammer, J, Schwarten, DE, Tio, FO, Root, HD & Rogers, W 1990, 'Placement of balloon-expandable intraluminal stents in iliac arteries: First 171 procedures', Radiology, vol. 174, no. 3 PART 2, pp. 969-975.
Palmaz JC, Garcia OJ, Schatz RA, Rees CR, Roeren T, Richter GM et al. Placement of balloon-expandable intraluminal stents in iliac arteries: First 171 procedures. Radiology. 1990 Mar;174(3 PART 2):969-975.
Palmaz, Julio C ; Garcia, Oscar J. ; Schatz, Richard A. ; Rees, Chet R. ; Roeren, Thomas ; Richter, Goetz M. ; Noeldge, Gerd ; Gardiner, Geoffrey A. ; Becker, Gary J. ; Walker, Craig ; Stagg, Jody ; Katzen, Barry T. ; Dake, Michael D. ; Paolini, Rosa Maria ; McLean, Gordon K. ; Lammer, Johannes ; Schwarten, Donald E. ; Tio, Fermin O. ; Root, Harlan D ; Rogers, Waid. / Placement of balloon-expandable intraluminal stents in iliac arteries : First 171 procedures. In: Radiology. 1990 ; Vol. 174, No. 3 PART 2. pp. 969-975.
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