J.S.P. Lumley, Jamal J. Hoballah
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 10, 2008 - Medical - 462 pages
The second half of the twentieth century saw vascu- agree or disagree, but will be stimulated to question lar surgery develop from a necessity for hemostasis their surgical management and explore possible - to a mature reconstructive art. However, this was ac- ternatives. companied by increasing patient expectations and The only certainty of the future is that it will bring the introduction of the alternative techniques of dila- change. An essential requirement for facing that tation and stenting. These factors have helped sur- change is multidisciplinary teamwork, and within geons to focus attention on the need for clinical audit that framework to define the roles of endovascular and to define clearly the limitations and standards of and invasive procedures, as well as the place of m- excellence that should be achieved in the specialty. ical management in the prevention and modification Vascular disease remains an extensive problem in of vascular disease.
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abdominal aortic allow amputation anastomosis anterior tibial artery aortic aneurysm aortotomy approach arteriotomy atherosclerotic avoid axillary bifurcation brachial plexus branches catheter celiac circumferentially closure common carotid artery common femoral artery compression contralateral dissection distal anastomosis divided duplex end-to-side endarterectomy endovascular eversion exposed exposure fascia Figure fistula flap flow groin guidewire hemostasis heparin identified iliac artery infrarenal aorta internal carotid artery ischemia knee lateral lesions ligated limb longitudinal medial mobilized occlusive disease operation patency patients performed perfusion peroneal artery plaque popliteal artery posterior postoperative preoperative procedure profunda femoris artery Prolene proximal anastomosis renal arteries resection retracted retractor revascularization scalene muscle segment sheath short saphenous vein skin incision stenosis stent subclavian artery subclavian vein subcutaneous superficial femoral supraceliac surgeon surgical suture suture line symptomatic symptoms technique tery thoracic outlet thrombus tibial artery tion tissue transected tumor tunnel upper Vasc Surg Vascular Surgery venous vertebral artery wound