Current Critical Problems in Vascular Surgery, Volume 2
Frank J. Veith
Quality Medical Pub., 1990 - Medical - 475 pages
This volume presents current information in vascular surgery. It covers topics such as important issues and general advances in vascular surgery, controversies and progress in surgery for lower extremity ischaemia, new concepts in aortic surgery and improving its results and carotid surgery.
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Important Issues and General Advances in Vascular Surgery
Highlights of the NHLBI Conference on Research
Will It Ever Be
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abdominal aortic aneurysm acute anastomosis angiography angioscopy Ann Surg anticoagulation aorta Arch Surg arterial occlusion asymptomatic atherectomy atherosclerotic autogenous balloon angioplasty bypass grafts CABG cardiac carotid disease carotid endarterectomy carotid stenosis catheter claudication clinical clot complications coronary artery diameter dilatation distal duplex scanning embolism endothelial cells evaluation factors failure femoropopliteal FF bypass fibrin follow-up gene graft heparin hyperplasia iliac artery inflow infrainguinal initial internal carotid artery intraoperative ischemia ischemic laser angioplasty lesions limb salvage long-term lower extremity myocardial infarction occlusion operation patency rate patients undergoing percutaneous performed perioperative peripheral plaque plasmin plasminogen activator platelet popliteal popliteal artery postoperative preoperative procedures Professor of Surgery PTFE pulmonary pulmonary embolism reconstruction recurrent renal repair reported restenosis revascularization risk saphenous vein segment significant stroke stump pressure surgical symptoms t-PA technique thoracic thrombolytic therapy thrombosis thrombus tion tissue transluminal treatment Vasc Surg Vascular Surgery vein grafts venous vessels