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Figure 3: PTA in combined right superficial femoral artery and right common iliac artery occlusion using ipsilateral common femoral artery puncture (First retrograde ipsilateral common femoral artery puncture is taken to address supringuinal artery lesion, then same puncture is converted into antegrade puncture to address superficial femoral artery occlusion). (a) Demonstration of right common iliac artery occlusion at its origin. (b) Stenting of right common iliac artery occlusion. (c) Final result after right common iliac artery stenting. (d) Entry into ipsilateral (right) superficial femoral artery after common iliac artery stenting with additional angled Terumo wire. (e) Sheath insertion antegradely into common femoral artery to address ipsilateral (right) superficial femoral artery lesion. (f) Demonstration of ipsilateral (right) superficial femoral artery occlusion. (g) Balloon dilatation of the superficial femoral artery lesion. (h) Final result of right superficial femoral artery after balloon dilatation

Figure 3: PTA in combined right superficial femoral artery and right common iliac artery occlusion using ipsilateral common femoral artery puncture (First retrograde ipsilateral common femoral artery puncture is taken to address supringuinal artery lesion, then same puncture is converted into antegrade puncture to address superficial femoral artery occlusion). (a) Demonstration of right common iliac artery occlusion at its origin. (b) Stenting of right common iliac artery occlusion. (c) Final result after right common iliac artery stenting. (d) Entry into ipsilateral (right) superficial femoral artery after common iliac artery stenting with additional angled Terumo wire. (e) Sheath insertion antegradely into common femoral artery to address ipsilateral (right) superficial femoral artery lesion. (f) Demonstration of ipsilateral (right) superficial femoral artery occlusion. (g) Balloon dilatation of the superficial femoral artery lesion. (h) Final result of right superficial femoral artery after balloon dilatation