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- 1.1. A case is documented in which there was complete occlusion of the left renal artery and partial occlusion of the right renal and superior mesenteric arteries, complicating extensive aortoiliac thrombosis.
- 2.2. The patient presented with malignant hypertension, intermittent claudication, and abdominal complaints suggestive of “intestinal angina.”
- 3.3. Treatment consisted of thromboendarterectomy of all involved vessels, following which the patient became normotensive and had cessation of the abdominal symptoms.
- 4.4. The case is thought to be the first successful bilateral simultaneous renal endarterectomy, and the third successful case of superior mesenteric endarterectomy.
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