Combined primary subintimal and endoluminal angioplasty for ischaemic inferior limb
ulcers in diabetic patients: 5 year practice in a multi disciplinary 'diabetic-foot' service.
Its superior limb traveled in the expected location, and its inferior limb
coursed over both the promontory and the expected location of the round window.
We report a 22-year-old patient with cerebral palsy who developed acute, reversible, inferior limb
lead ST-segment elevation concomitant with complete left lung atelectasis.
The inferior limb
of the elliptical incision is carried through the platysma, whereas the superior limb transects the skin and subcutaneous tissue but does not violate the platysma (figure 1,A).