Total Radial Artery Occlusion Following Transradial Access: Complete Recanalization via the Anatomical Snuffbox release_igve3nv6czb53orm74tpgbpliu

by Sajid Ali, Mohammed S Abdullah, Khaled Abdelrahman, Asif Ali, Fawwaz Faisal, Abdul Ali

Published in Methodist DeBakey Cardiovascular Journal.

2020   Volume 16, Issue 4, p314-317


Radial artery occlusion (RAO) is a common complication of procedures requiring transradial access. While radial artery occlusion is most often asymptomatic, there is an elevated prevalence of ischemia in patients with inadequate palmar arch blood supply. Furthermore, treatment options for RAO remain severely limited. We describe a novel technique using distal transradial access in the anatomic snuffbox to recanalize a totally occluded thrombosed radial artery.
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