Aortoiliac bypass

aortoiliac bypass

aortoiliac bypass a·or·to·il·i·ac bypass (ā-ôr’tō-ĭl’ē-āk’)
A shunt uniting the aorta and iliac artery to relieve obstruction of the lower abdominal aorta.


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