Annals of vascular surgery vol:3 issue:3 pages:264-7
Infection of a vascular prosthesis or an arterial receptor site is one of the most challenging situations for the vascular surgeon. In some instances the standard extraanatomic routes to bypass infected areas cannot be used. Two cases of arterial infection following renal transplantation are presented. An infrascrotal perineal approach for a femorofemoral bypass was used to achieve revascularization of a threatened limb.