femoral artery

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femoral artery

[¦fem·ə·rəl ′ärd·ə·rē]
(anatomy)
The principal artery of the thigh; originates as a continuation of the external iliac artery.
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The main body of the internal iliac artery was adequately patent with good collateralisation to the femoral arteries (Fig.
While transcatheter valves typically are implanted through the femoral artery in the leg, there are thousands of people whose femoral arteries are too narrow or are compromised due to disease, and the subclavian approach originally was designed to give this underserved subset of patients access to care.
Total quantity or scope: Aortic heart valve implanted in the femoral arteries, subclavian or transaortalnie 20 pcs.
Manufacturing modification of the only stent-graft approved for treatment of both iliac and superficial femoral arteries