Hidden Kink Stenosis in Endovascular Y-Prosthesis Causing Left-sided Backside and Thigh Claudication

  • Performed Feb 2009
An 82-year-old male patient was referred from his general practitioner for left-sided backside and thigh claudication. He reports increasing pain in his backside and thigh after walking a hundred yards. Uphill walking and fast walking increase the pain. A short break of two minutes relieves these symptoms.

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