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Right Femoral Artery Blockage with Surgical Femoral/Popliteal Bypass
Right Femoral Artery Blockage with Surgical Femoral/Popliteal Bypass

This stock medical exhibit features three views of a right leg with bones and arteries visible beneath the skin. The first image is an anterior view showing the pre-operative condition, with an occluded superficial femoral artery causing loss of blood flow to the lower leg. The second image is a lateral view of the leg showing the path of a femoral/popliteal bypass graft from the site of the groin incision to the site of the popliteal incision. The final image returns to an anterior view showing the post-operative condition, with the graft in place and blood flow restored to the lower leg.

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Last Updated: Jan 20th, 2019

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