25 February 2021>: Articles
Endovascular Treatment for Vascular Access Venous Hypertension with Complicated Venous Drainage Routes in a Hemodialysis Patient: A Case Report
Unusual clinical course, Unusual or unexpected effect of treatmentYusuke Hori B , Tetsuya Nomura A* , Issei Ota F , Satoshi Tasaka F , Kenshi Ono F , Yu Sakaue F , Naotoshi Wada F , Natsuya Keira F , Tetsuya Tatsumi A
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e927625
Figure 4. (A) In-stent total occlusion at the junction with the subclavian vein 6 months after the initial endovascular treatment (arrowheads). (B) Stent fracture was not apparent. (C) A 4.0-mm scoring balloon inflated in the occluded stent. (D) Final angiography showed a favorable lesion dilation and the recovered blood flow. (E) A cross-sectional intravascular ultrasound image corresponding to the section in Figure 4D.