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Figure 1: Case #1 – (a) type B intimal dissection (red asterisk) with ostial flap (orange arrow-the blue circle identifies the true lumen) in correspondence of the renal arteries with collapse and occlusion of the endoprosthesis (yellow arrowheads). (b) Angiographic documentation of extensive thrombosis of the femoral-popliteal axis (yellow arrowheads) was treated with multiple dilations of the right superficial femoral artery and the right common femoral artery. (c) Final angiography whit restoration of the antegrade flow

Figure 1:  Case #1 – (a) type B intimal dissection (red asterisk) with ostial flap (orange arrow-the blue circle identifies the true lumen) in correspondence of the renal arteries with collapse and occlusion of the endoprosthesis (yellow arrowheads). (b) Angiographic documentation of extensive thrombosis of the femoral-popliteal axis (yellow arrowheads) was treated with multiple dilations of the right superficial femoral artery and the right common femoral artery. (c) Final angiography whit restoration of the antegrade flow