Study Questions: Chapter 13

Chapter 13: Aortoiliac Intervention

BRYAN P. YAN, MBBS

Study Questions: Chapter 13

* 1.) A patient presents with buttock claudication with walking one block. On examination, femoral pulses are normal. What is the most appropriate screening test to assess the severity of the iliac stenoses?
* 2.) Which of the following features would not be considered favorable for endovascular iliac intervention?
* 3.) Which of the following is the strongest indication for bypass surgery?
* 4.) Which modality has the least favorable outcome for common iliac lesions?
* 5.) A 63-year-old man complains of lower back and buttock claudication with ambulation. At an outside hospital, he underwent stent implantationto the left common iliac artery. However, his symptoms did not improve. Based on the angiogram shown below, what is the next appropriate step in his management?