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Right Femoral-popliteal Occlusive Disease with Surgical Bypass
Right Femoral-popliteal Occlusive Disease with Surgical Bypass

This medical exhibit features one large view of the right leg with the major arteries shown transparently beneath the skin. A circle is drawn around the distal femoral artery just above the knee to highlight the site of stenosis in this case. The remainder of the leg distal to this site is shown pale and dusky representing the devascularization. Text describes the blockage in the femoral-popliteal region leads to decreased blood flow to the lower leg and foot. Also, key steps of the reverse saphenous vein bypass procedure are illustrated.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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