Venous Interventional Radiology with Clinical Perspectives

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Scott J. Savader, Scott O. Trerotola
Thieme, 2000 - Medical - 645 pages
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"The world's most authoritative work on the topic of venous intervention."
-- Gary J. Becker, MD

In the three years since publication
of the first edition, venous interventions have increased to the point that they
now constitute up to 75% of a typical day's procedures in most vascular and
interventional radiology practices. These procedures are extremely important to
the interventionalist, vascular surgeon, internist, payer, and of course, to the
patient, who depends on them being performed with skill and care.

In this book,
you have at your fingertips the most comprehensive, thorough and systematic
approach to venous interventional radiology available today. The second edition
has been fully updated and expanded by 14 chapters and includes many more
clinical correlations. You will find full coverage of underlying concepts,
techniques and procedures, including:

  • "Hot" venous topics such as peripheral
    venous thrombolysis for deep vein thrombosis, treatment of failing and failed
    hemodialysis access, placement and management of ports, diagnosis and
    intervention for thromboembolic disease, and the use of temporary inferior vena
    cava filters
  • The all important clinical perspective, covering not only the
    disease process, but also the patient workup, outcome analysis, indications,
    contraindications, risks and cost effectiveness of each procedure
  • An important
    chapter on surgical options added to the chapter on chronic venous insufficiency
  • Hundreds of clear illustrations and photographs that highlight every topic

For
both the interventionalist, who will find the book a blueprint to the field, and
the clinician, who will refer to it as an outstanding source of patient
management guidance on new interventional procedures, this book is essential.


Praise for the first edition:

"Brilliant...definitely recommended... will
evolve into a standard..." --Chicago Medicine "Well organized, comprehensive...an excellent
reference...and how-to guide..." -- Journal of Vascular and Interventional
Radiology

 

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Contents

Etiology
3
Angiographic Venographic and Hemodynamic Evaluation of Portal Hypertension
7
Coronary Vein Embolization
32
Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunts TIPS
44
TIPS Randomized Trails and Basic Research
71
Improved TIPS Patency with Covered Stents
84
The BuddChiari Syndrome
98
Percutaneous Intervention of Malfunctioning Surgical Portosystemic Shunts
126
Central Venous Stenosis and Occlusion
391
Superior Central Venous Stenosis and Occlusion
393
Inferior Vena Cava
411
Venous Stenosis in the Hemodialysis Patient A Transplant Surgeons Perspective
425
Venous Thromboembolic Disease
429
Peripheral and Central Deep Venous Thrombosis
431
Percutaneous Intervention for Deep Venous Thrombosis
458
Ovarian Vein Thrombosis
467

A Surgeons Perspective on the Role of Interventional Radiology in the Management of Portal Hypertension
144
Portal Hypertension Complications and Medical Management from a Gastroenterologists Perspective
151
Venous Embolization
161
Pulmonary Arteriovenous Malformations
163
PAVMs A Pulmonologists Perspective
177
Diagnosis and Management of Venous Malformations
182
Testicular Varicoceles
195
Ovarian and Pelvic Varices in the Female Patient
210
Varicoceles A Pediatric Urologists Perspective
217
Hemodialysis Access Management
221
Hemodialysis Vascular Access A Transplant Surgeons Perspective
223
Physical Examination of Hemodialysis Access
232
Treatment of the Failing Hemodialysis Graft
238
Treatment of the Thrombosed Hemodialysis Graft
262
Percutaneous Radiologic Approach to Management of the Native Dialysis Fistula
280
Percutaneous Placement and Management of Hemodialysis Catheters
301
Vascular Access for Hemodialysis A Nephrologists Perspective
315
Chronic Infusion Catheters
323
Interventional Radiologic Placement and Management of Infusion Catheters
325
Peripherally Inserted Central Infusion Catheters
347
Ports
359
Percutaneous Translumbar Inferior Vena Cava Cannulation and other Alternative Vascular Access Techniques
373
Chronic Infusion Catheters An Oncologists Perspective
386
Renal Vein Thrombosis
473
A Hematologists Perspective on the Treatment of Venous Thrombosis
481
Pulmonary Embolism Diagnosis and Interventional Options for Treatment
487
Pulmonary Thromboembolic Disease Noninvasive Treatment
502
Inferior Vena Cava Filters
509
Permanent Inferior Vena Cava Filters
511
Temporary and Retrievable Inferior Vena Cava Filters
528
Inferior Vena Cava Filters A Surgeons Perspective
538
Chronic Venous Insufficiency
545
Descending Venography
547
Assaying Venous Function and Anatomy from the Surgical Perspective
555
Surgical Options for Venous Insufficiency Banding Valvuloplasty Ligation and Venous Transposition
563
Venous Sampling
567
Portal Vein Sampling
569
A Surgeons Perspective on Portal Venous Sampling and Selective Arterial Provocative Testing for Islet Cell Tumors
581
Renal Vein Sampling Technique and Case Scenarios
590
Adrenal Vein Sampling
596
Renal and Adrenal Vein Sampling A Nephrologists Perspective
601
Parathyroid Venous Sampling
607
Foreign Body Retrieval
613
Central Venous Catheter Repositioning Techniques
628
Index
635
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