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Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.9 Retroperitoneum and great vessels
Case 1.9.6 Thrombus stenosis and occlusion


Leriche syndrome with an occluded distal abdominal aorta and common iliac arteries. Collateral circulation through the mesenteric arteries and inverted flow direction in the right internal and left external iliac artery.

Occluded distal abdominal aorta without detectable flow
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Occluded distal abdominal aorta without detectable flow
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Occluded distal abdominal aorta longitudinal
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Occluded distal abdominal transverse
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Leriche syndrome with an occluded distal abdominal aorta and common iliac arteries. Collateral circulation through the mesenteric arteries and inverted flow direction in the right internal and left external iliac artery.

Occluded distal abdominal aorta longitudinal
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Patent proximal aorta
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Occluded distal abdominal transverse
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Collateral circulation through the mesenteric arteries
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Leriche syndrome with an occluded distal abdominal aorta and common iliac arteries. Collateral circulation through the mesenteric arteries and inverted flow direction in the right internal and left external iliac artery.

Post occlusion signal in the right external iliac artery
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Inverted flow direction in the right internal iliac artery
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Post occlusion signal but normal flow direction in the right external iliac artery
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Inverted flow direction in the left external iliac artery
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Leriche syndrome with an occluded distal abdominal aorta and common iliac arteries. Collateral circulation through the mesenteric arteries and inverted flow direction in the right internal and left external iliac artery.

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