Isolated retrograde puncture for the endovascular treatment of peripheral vascular disease

      The risks of femoral puncture encourage the search for alternative accesses. Angioplasties through the isolated retrograde puncture of an artery of the foot were described (Tibiopedal Arterial Minimally Invasive Retrograde Revascularization - TAMI) but the data remain very limited. We present here a study of feasibility and safety of the TAMI technique conducted in two centers.
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