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Figure 1 Technical success after femoropopliteal and infrapopliteal angioplasty. (a) Preprocedural angiography shows femoropopliteal segment occlusion (arrow). (b–d) Crossing the lesion with a 0.035-inch guide wire (arrow) followed by plain only balloon angioplasty of the occluded segment (arrow heads). (e) Superficial femoral artery (SFA) was recanalized successfully (arrow). (f, g) Transluminal crossing of the wire via the occluded posterior tibial artery (PTA). (h) Recanalized PTA (arrow) is evident.

Figure 1 Technical success after femoropopliteal and infrapopliteal angioplasty. (a) Preprocedural angiography shows femoropopliteal segment occlusion (arrow). (b–d) Crossing the lesion with a 0.035-inch guide wire (arrow) followed by plain only balloon angioplasty of the occluded segment (arrow heads). (e) Superficial femoral artery (SFA) was recanalized successfully (arrow). (f, g) Transluminal crossing of the wire via the occluded posterior tibial artery (PTA). (h) Recanalized PTA (arrow) is evident.