Extrinsic Compression of the Ovation Stent-Graft Following Glue Embolization for Type II Endoleak: An Unusual Complication

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Abstract

Purpose: To describe a case of extrinsic compression of the Ovation stent-graft following glue embolization for type II endoleak. Case Report: A 75-year-old man with a past history of ischemic heart disease and endovascular aneurysm repair with an Ovation stent-graft was admitted for treatment of type II endoleaks from the right L2 and left L4 lumbar arteries with egress via the inferior mesenteric and right L4 lumbar arteries, respectively. Successful embolization was performed via a translumbar sac puncture with a combination of coils and histoacryl glue. On final angiography severe lumen narrowing of the unsupported portion of the Ovation stent-graft was seen owing to extrinsic compression by the glue. This was successfully salvaged with percutaneous transarterial kissing balloon angioplasty. Conclusion: Aortic lumen narrowing caused by extrinsic compression of an Ovation stent-graft following glue embolization of type II endoleak is an unusual and potentially problematic complication.

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