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Figure 2 Successful endovascular recanalization of femoropopliteal segmental occluded. (a) Preprocedural angiogram shows Superficial femoral artery (SFA) occlusion from its origin (arrow) with patent profunda femoris artery (arrow heads). (b, c) Crossing the lesion with a 0.035-inch guide wire followed by plain only balloon angioplasty of the occluded segment. (d, e) SFA was recanalized successfully (arrow). (f, g) Completion angiogram showing successful recanalization of the femoropopliteal segment with patent 3 crural arteries.

Figure 2 Successful endovascular recanalization of femoropopliteal segmental occluded. (a) Preprocedural angiogram shows Superficial femoral artery (SFA) occlusion from its origin (arrow) with patent profunda femoris artery (arrow heads). (b, c) Crossing the lesion with a 0.035-inch guide wire followed by plain only balloon angioplasty of the occluded segment. (d, e) SFA was recanalized successfully (arrow). (f, g) Completion angiogram showing successful recanalization of the femoropopliteal segment with patent 3 crural arteries.