Iliac-to-isolated hepatic artery bypass in the treatment of intestinal angina: Two cases

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Abstract

Two cases in which a severe form of intestinal angina was cured by revascularization of an isolated hepatic artery were studied. The collateral pathways to the hepatic artery may serve, in a retrograde fashion, to assure an acceptable blood supply to the splanchnic organs, even when the disease of the 3 main vessels is so extensive that the commonly used techniques of revascularization cannot be applied.

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Cavallaro, A., Di Marzo, L., Cavallaro, G., Amato, D., Mingoli, A., & De Toma, G. (1998). Iliac-to-isolated hepatic artery bypass in the treatment of intestinal angina: Two cases. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 28(6), 1115–1119. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0741-5214(98)70040-0

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