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A new technique for creating a complex hemodialysis access, a case report and review articles
Mohammad Hassani, Mina Khoshkbarforoushan *, Alireza Movahedi
, mina.khbn@gmail.com
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The prevalence of End-stage renal disease is increasing and we are facing a high number of patients suffering from ESRD with an increased lifespan as a result of a progressive decrease in their mortality rate during the years. As they are going under long-time hemodialysis their vascular accesses are exhausted and so unusual vascular access is necessary. In the case we explain ahead, it was impossible to create an AFV in upper extremities because of SVC obstruction and we had to save the iliac vein for a kidney transplant; so we used a new AV graft procedure between SFA and CIV in the left thigh that we found it a functional way for hemodialysis.
Keywords: AVG, complex vascular access
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Original articles: Case reports | Subject: General
Received: 2021/09/11 | Accepted: 2023/01/2 | Published: 2023/01/2


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Hassani M, Khoshkbarforoushan M, Movahedi A. A new technique for creating a complex hemodialysis access, a case report and review articles. Iran J Vasc Surg Endovasc Ther 2022; 2 (1)
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