Critical limb ischemia is characterized by chronic severe reduction in blood flow to the lower extremities due to blockages in multiple arteries of the affected limb.

Patients with critical limb ischemia typically will present with foot pain at rest, ulcers and non-healing wounds.

Treatment of critical limb ischemia requires re-establishment of blood flow to the foot using potentially alternative access points within the leg and foot.

Lower Extremity Angiogram Before Treatment

Lower Extremity Angiogram Before Treatment

Lower Extremity Angiogram After Treatment

Lower Extremity Angiogram After Treatment