iliac artery


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iliac artery

[′il·ē,ak ′ärd·ə·rē]
(anatomy)
Either of the two large arteries arising by bifurcation of the abdominal aorta and supplying blood to the lower trunk and legs (or hind limbs in quadrupeds). Also known as common iliac artery.
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Isolated iliac artery aneurysms are rare entities that can be treated with an endovascular approach.
The SOS catheter was advanced to the common iliac artery and another attempt was made utilizing the road map technique to select the left internal iliac artery for the purpose of embolization planning.
Abdominal computed tomography with oral and intravenous contrast in coronal section: aneurysm in the external iliac artery; at the level of the aortic bifurcation, overlapping the left iliac artery, a mass with heterogeneous density, fluid before and after contrast, with inside calcification, well delimited; iliac vessel with right wall calcifications.
Endovascular approach with covered stent placement, offers a less invasive approach for the exclusion of iliac artery pseudoaneurysm.
Initial arteriography was performed via the left brachial artery using a 6F 90 cm sheath (OptiMed, Germany), revealing a critical stenosis of the origin of the right common iliac artery and occlusion of the left common and external iliac arteries, with reconstitution of the left common femoral artery (Figs 1 and 2).
packing + ligation of internal iliac artery 1###Ligation or repair of internal iliac artery###4
Simultaneous percutaneous peripheral arterial intervention and transfemoral transcatheter aortic valve implantation in bilateral iliac artery occlusive disease.
Those characteristics include adequate femoral or iliac artery access, proximal neck length of at least 10 mm, infrarenal neck angulation of no greater than 60 degrees, and aortic neck diameter of 19 mm to 32 mm.
The other penile arteries was observed to be extension of the external iliac artery.
Objectives: To evaluate the results of separate anastomoses of multiple arteries of the donor kidney with the external iliac artery of the recipient in renal transplant surgery.
62,63) Esmarch's bandage, Dupuytren's compressor, and other devices worked in a similar manner by compression of the skin and underlying tissues to indirectly compress large vessels like the common iliac artery.
We describe a case of a contained rupture of the internal iliac artery aneurysm presenting as Cullen's sign.