Comprehensive Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Volume 1

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John W. Hallett
Mosby, 2004 - Medical - 712 pages
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A team of nearly 80 internationally respected vascular surgeons and interventional radiologists deliver comprehensive, clinically focused coverage of all aspects of vascular surgery in an exceptionally well-designed single reference. Each disease chapter follows the same consistent format-from basic science, clinical presentation and non-invasive and invasive testing through medical and surgical management to complications, outcome and follow up-making information easy to access and easy to understand. More than 730 full-color photographs, line drawings and tables illustrate key concepts and procedures. And, a bonus CD-ROM features all of the book's illustrations for use in slide presentations.

  • Focuses on the issues and challenges faced in everyday practice.
  • Uses a highly structured, template format in each chapter to quickly and consistently delivers information on basic science
  • clinical presentation · non-invasive testing · medical management · surgical management · complications · outcome · and follow up.
  • Features over 720 full-color photographs, line drawings, charts and tables to make important information easy to comprehend.
  • Integrates the basic sciences only where clinically relevant.
  • Covers treatment and interventions from an evidence-based perspective, whenever possible.
  • Presents short, clinical vignettes in the same style as those found on oral exams.
  • Includes a bonus CD-ROM that makes all of the illustrations available for slide presentations.


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Contents

Hemodynamics
33
Claudication 21 Thoracic Outlet Syndrome 267
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The Medical Management of Claudication
65
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