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Figure 7: PTA of combined right common iliac artery and right superficial femoral artery occlusion through the left upper limb artery (brachial) puncture. (a and b) Demonstration of right common iliac artery occlusion at its origin. (c) Balloon dilatation of right common iliac artery lesion. (d) Deployment of self-expandable stent at right common iliac artery lesion. (e) Angiogram of the right common iliac artery after stenting. (f) Demonstration of right superficial femoral artery occlusion. (g) Balloon dilatation of right superficial femoral artery occlusion. (h) Final result after right superficial femoral artery balloon dilatation

Figure 7: PTA of combined right common iliac artery and right superficial femoral artery occlusion through the left upper limb artery (brachial) puncture. (a and b) Demonstration of right common iliac artery occlusion at its origin. (c) Balloon dilatation of right common iliac artery lesion. (d) Deployment of self-expandable stent at right common iliac artery lesion. (e) Angiogram of the right common iliac artery after stenting. (f) Demonstration of right superficial femoral artery occlusion. (g) Balloon dilatation of right superficial femoral artery occlusion. (h) Final result after right superficial femoral artery balloon dilatation