Blue Toe from Ulcerated Popliteal Artery Plaque
ABOUT THIS PRESENTATION
59 year old male, smoker, sudden onset of pain and discoloration of the right 3rd toe. Comprehensive workup for an embolic source demonstrated a focal plaque in the popliteal artery. Catheter angiography showed the ulcerated plaque. Directional atherectomy using a SilverHawk atherectomy device was performed. Patients symptoms resolved and at last follow up 2 years later, the patient had no recurrence.