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Would you recommend percutaneous revascularization of an 80% tibio-peroneal trunk lesion in a 60 year old patient with intermittent claudication attributable to this stenosis?
Medical therapy and exercise program only unless there is threatened limb ischemia.
Treat with laser atherectomy.
Treat with cryoplasty.
Treat with plaque excision (e.g., Foxhollow)
Treat with a coronary drug-eluting stent.
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Dr. Mark Reisman guiding registered nurses and cath lab technicians in a pig heart dissection.