Venous Disorders

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PMPH-USA, 2010 - Medical - 389 pages
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The "Modern Trends in Vascular Surgery" series of books contain the latest discoveries, techniques, practice and outcomes in vascular surgery. There are approximately 40 to 45 chapters in each book, classified under the following headings: cerebrovascular, ischemia, infrainguinal lesions, aortic aneurysm, thoracic aortic pathology, aorta and its major branches, upper extremity ischemia, venous disorders, hemodialysis access, endovascular technology, non-invasive test and issues in vascular surgery. Each of the chapters contains valuable illustrations, tables and a list of references to guide the reader through the chapter.
  

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Contents

Venous Coding
3
VALUING A NEW CPT CODE
4
CODING AND REIMBURSEMENT RESOURCES
5
STAB PHLEBECTOMY
6
TREATMENT OF INCOMPETENT PERFORATING VEINS
7
PERCUTANEOUS VENOUS BALLOON ANGIOPLASTY AND
8
CONCLUSION
9
New Findings in the Pathogenesis of Deep Vein Thrombosis
11
CONCLUSIONS
165
Retrievable Inferior Vena Cava Filters Techniques for Removal
169
COMMON REASONS FOR RETRIEVAL FAILURE
171
FILTER STRUT OR HOOK ENDOTHELIALIZATIONNEOINTIMAL HYPERPLASIA OF VENA CAVAL WALL
173
CONCLUSION
174
UltrasoundGuided Cava Filter Placement
177
TECHNIQUE
179
TECHNIQUE FOR TRANSABDOMINAL DUPLEX ULTRASOUND
180

Risk Factors
12
THE ROLE OF SELECTINS AND MICRO PARTICLES IN THROMBUS INITIATION AND PROPAGATION
14
TRANSLATING PSELECTIN AND MICROPARTICLE RESEARCH FOR HUMAN BENEFIT
15
THROMBOSIS RESOLUTION AND VEIN WALL FIBROSIS
16
EvidenceBased Practice in Venous Surgery
21
WHAT IS EVIDENCEBASED MEDICINE?
22
THE IMPORTANCE OF OUTCOME MEASURES
24
CLASS 46 CHRONIC VENOUS DISEASE
26
SUMMARY
29
REFERENCES
30
Progress in Treatment of Varicose Veins
33
Surgical and Nonsurgical Treatment of Varicose Veins A 40year Saga
35
NONSURGICAL TREATMENT
36
REFERENCES
41
Sclerosing and Compression Therapy for Varicose Veins Four Decades of Experience
43
REFERENCES
55
Endovenous Radiofrequency Obliteration of Saphenous Vein Reflux
57
TECHNIQUE
58
EXPERIENCES AT THE RENO VEIN CLINIC
62
FATE OF JUNCTIONAL TRIBUTARIES
63
EXPERIENCE AT THE STRAUB CLINIC
64
LONGTERM CLOSURE RESULTS
65
CONCLUSIONS
67
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
68
Endovenous Laser Therapy
71
TECHNIQUE
72
DISCUSSION
75
COMPLICATIONS
77
CONCLUSIONS
78
Perforating Vein Ablation
81
IPV TREATMENT WITH RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION
82
DISCUSSION
86
REFERENCES
87
A New Technique for Catheter Ablation of Varicose Veins
89
TECHNIQUE
90
RESULTS
91
DISCUSSION
93
CONCLUSIONS
94
Minimally Invasive Venous Ablation for Varicose Veins
97
INDICATIONS
98
SURGICAL TECHNIQUE
99
DISCUSSION
102
CONCLUSION
103
REFERENCES
104
Acute DeepVein Thrombosis
105
New Concepts in the Management of DVT
107
PATHOGENESIS OF VENOUS THROMBOSIS
108
VTE DIAGNOSIS
110
VTE TREATMENT
111
SPECIAL ISSUES IN DVT TREATMENT
112
THROMBOLYTIC AND SURGICAL PROCEDURES FOR DVTPE
114
SUMMARY OF CURRENT RECOMMENDATIONS
115
New Advances in AntiThrombotic Drugs for Venous Thromboembolism
119
AGENTS TARGETING FACTOR VllaTISSUE FACTOR VllaTF COMPLEX
120
FACTOR Xa INHIBITORS
121
DIRECT THROMBIN INHIBITORS
124
AGENTS TARGETING THE ACTIVATED PROTEIN C SYSTEM
125
REFERENCES
126
Venous Thromboembolism
129
Changing Concepts in Surgical Approaches to Venous Thromboembolism
131
MECHANICAL TECHNIQUES FOR VENOUS THROMBECTOMY
138
CONCLUSIONS
141
REFERENCES
142
Inferior Vena Cava Filters Indications and Filter Type
145
CURRENT TRENDS IN VENA CAVA FILTER USE
147
AVAILABLE FILTERS AND TYPES
149
A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF CURRENT PROPHYLACTIC INDICATIONS
152
FUTURE DIRECTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
156
REFERENCES
157
The Prophylactic Use of Inferior Vena Cava Filters
159
CONTROVERSIES
163
COMPLICATIONS
164
TECHNIQUE FOR INTRAVASCULAR ULTRASOUND
181
ADVANTAGES OF ULTRASOUNDGUIDED FILTER PLACEMENT
185
COMPLICATIONS
186
LONGTERM OUTCOMES
187
FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS
188
REFERENCES
189
Venous Valve Repair
191
Three Decades of Progress in Surgical Repair of the Venous Valve
193
BACKGROUND
195
DEVELOPMENTS FOLLOWING REPAIR OF THE VENOUS VALVE IN 19681975
196
COMPLICATIONS OF DEEP VENOUS RECONSTRUCTION
201
SUMMARY
203
REFERENCES
204
Valvuloplasty Techniques
207
EXTERNAL CLOSED VALVULOPLASTY
210
COMMENTS
215
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
219
Venous Reconstructive Surgery
221
Operative Venous Thrombectomy
223
RESULTS OF OPERATIVE VENOUS THROMBECTOMY
224
TECHNIQUE
225
DISCUSSION
234
REFERENCES
235
Venous Reconstruction in Contemporary Surgical Practice
237
VENOUS RECONSTRUCTIONS IN PATIENTS WITH MALIGNANT TUMORS
244
RECONSTRUCTIONS OF THE SUPERIOR VENA CAVA AND MAJOR CENTRAL VEINS
247
REFERENCES
250
Venous Reconstruction in Renal Cancer Patients
253
OPERATIVE TECHNIQUE
254
PITFALLS AND SUMMARY
257
Endovenous Interventional Therapy
259
The Role of Superficial Ablative Surgery in Patients with Symptomatic Venous Pathology of the Lower Extremity
261
NONINVASIVE TESTING
262
INCOMPETENT PERFORATING VEINS
263
SURGICAL OPTIONS
264
SURGICAL RESULTS
266
CONCLUSION
270
IIiocaval Stenting
273
SUMMARY
279
Endovascular Treatment of Caval Occlusions
281
REFERENCES
291
Acute Subclavian Vein Thrombosis
293
Conservative Treatment of Acute Subclavian Vein Thrombosis
295
REFERENCES
301
Venous Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
303
REFERENCES
310
Chronic Venous Insufficiency
313
Applied Venous Physiology in Chronic Venous Insufficiency
315
THE FUNDAMENTALS
316
CALF MUSCLE PUMP DETAILS
322
PLETHYSMOGRAPHY
326
VALVE FUNCTION AND VALVE CLOSURE TIME
328
DISTRIBUTION OF VALVES
330
WHATS IN THE BLACK BOX?
332
REFERENCES
334
The SwollenPainful Limb How to Test the Veins?
337
PHYSIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF VENOUS OBSTRUCTION VALVULAR INCOMPETENCE AND CALF MUSCLE PUMP FUNCTION
338
DUPLEX EVALUATION OF VENOUS OBSTRUCTION VALVULAR INCOMPETENCE AND CALF MUSCLE PUMP FUNCTION
339
IS THERE A VEIN PROBLEM?
341
REFERENCES
342
Venous Disease and Obesity
345
SUMMARY
350
Venous Ulceration Tried and True and Whats New
353
SURGICAL AND ENDOVASCULAR OPTIONS
357
REFERENCES
361
Uncommon Venous Problems
363
COMMON PRESENTATIONS OF COMMON DISEASES
364
UNCOMMON PRESENTATIONS OF COMMON DISEASES
368
SUMMARY
372
Index
373
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James S.T. Yao, MD, PhDEmeritus Professor of Surgery Feinberg School of Medicine Northwestern University, Chicago IL

William H. Pearce, MDViolet R. & Charles A. Baldwin Professor of Vascular Surgery Chief of the Division of Vascular SurgeryFeinberg School of MedicineNorthwestern University, Chicago IL

Jon S. Matsumura, MD; Mark D. Morasch, MD

Mark K. Eskandari, MDAssociate Professors of Surgery Division of Vascular Surgery Feinberg School of MedicineNorthwestern University, Chicago IL

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