Journal «Angiology and Vascular Surgery» • 

2012 • VOLUME 18 • №1

Aortic-bicarotid-subclavian trifurcation bypass grafting with a synthetic prosthesis

Frolov К.В., Dadashov S.A., Katkov A.I., Khatamova M.A., Dzyundzya A.N.

Department of Vascular Surgery University Clinical Hospital No1 Central Clinical Building State Educational Facility of Higher Professional Education «First Moscow State Medical University named after I.M. Sechenov», Moscow, Russia

The authors describe herein a case of successful surgical management of a 55-year-old male patient presenting with a multifocal atherosclerotic lesion of brachiocephalic arteries.

The diagnosis was confirmed by DS with CDM, MSCT angiography. Intraoperatively revealed were up to 80% stenosis of the ostium of the left common carotid artery and up to 80% stenosis of the brachiocephalic trunk. The patient underwent aortic-bicarotid-subclavian trifurcation bypass grafting with a synthetic prosthesis. Analysing the early postoperative period and the findings obtained by MSCT angiography showed satisfactory therapeutic outcomes.

KEY WORDS: multifocal atherosclerosis, aortic-bicarotid-subclavian trifurcation bypass grafting, surgical management.

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