Thromboendarterectomy

Thromboendarterectomy is a surgery of the aorta and large arteries used in plugging their blood clot in order to restore normal blood flow. After the exposure of the vessel impose special vascular clamps above and below the blockage, longitudinally cut an artery wall, prepare the chin of the inner shell of the average, then the inner lining of the transverse cross in the upper and in the lower section of the wound and remove, together with the thrombus. The lower edge of the inner lining is stitched to the wall of the artery to prevent wrapping her blood stream. On the wound artery impose vascular suture (see).