01 May 2021>: Articles
Aggressive Resection of Malignant Paraaortic and Pelvic Tumors Accompanied by Arterial Reconstruction with Synthetic Arterial Graft
Unusual setting of medical careRyotaro Tani * , Tomohide Hori ** , Hidekazu Yamamoto D , Hideki Harada D , Michihiro Yamamoto D , Masahiro Yamada D , Takefumi Yazawa D , Ben Sasaki D , Masaki Tani D , Asahi Sato D , Hikotaro Katsura D , Yasuyuki Kamada D , Ryuhei Aoyama D , Yudai Sasaki D , Masazumi Zaima A
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e931569
Figure 2. Arterial reconstruction using synthetic arterial graft. (A) An I-shaped graft was used to replace the abdominal aorta from the lower level of the renal artery to the upper level of the inferior mesenteric artery (Case 1). (B) A Y-shaped graft was used to replace the aorta from the root of the inferior mesenteric artery to the common iliac arteries 1 cm distal to the bifurcation bilaterally (Case 2). CIA – common iliac artery; CIV – common iliac vein; IMA – inferior mesenteric artery; IVC – inferior vena cava; SAG – synthetic arterial graft; RA – renal artery.