Peripheral Arterial Disease

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McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 22, 2008 - Medical - 592 pages
  • Market: Cardiologists, Vascular Specialists, Vascular Surgeons, Hematologists, Internists, Family Physicians, Rheumatologists
  • More than 500 color charts and tables
  • Includesw an entire section on diagnostic imaging modalities

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1 The Epidemiology of Peripheral Arterial Disease
2 Gender Differences in the Epidemiology and Management of Vascular Disease
3 Lipids in the Pathogenesis of Peripheral Arterial Disease

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Robert S. Dieter, MD, RVT, FACC, is a clinical assistant professor in Loyola University's Department of Cardiology. He specializes in the management of complex vascular diseases, routinely caring for patients with strokes, TIAs, and carotid artery blockages requiring angioplasty or stenting. A member of the editorial board of two medical journals, Dieter has written about new and potentially safer methods of treating blockages in the renal arteries.

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