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Title Complex cases in peripheral vascular interventions / edited by Martin Schillinger, Erich Minar
Published New York : Informa Healthcare, 2010
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Description 1 online resource (292 pages)
Contents (Publisher-supplied data) 1. Why Should We Tackle Complex Lesions by Endovascular Techniques? 1 Martin Schillinger 2. Pharmacological Prerequisites for Treatment of Complex Patients with Peripheral Artery Disease 10 Erich Minar 3. Preprocedural Imaging in Peripheral Arterial Disease 22 Thomas J. Kiernan, Bryan P. Yan, and Michael R. Jaff 4. Complex Vascular Access and Vessel Closure 41 Baumgartner, N. Diehm, and D.D. Do 5. Intracranial Interventions 62 Ć́́eline Rahman, Johanna T. Fi., and Philip M. Meyers 6. Complex Cases in Vascular Interventions/Carotid Arteries 77 Klaus Mathias 7. Subclavian Interventions 88 Edward B. Diethrich 8. Vertebral Interventions 102 J. Stephen Jenkins 9. Thoracic Aortic Dissection and Nondissective Thoracic Aortic Disease 120 Martin Czerny and Michael Grimm 10. Abdominal Aortic Disease 131 Yuji Kanaoka, Takao Ohki, and Frank J. Veith 11. Renal Arteries 143 Thomas Zeller 12. Chronic Mesenteric Ischemia: Mesenteric Vascular Intervention 158 Rajan A. G. Patel, Stephen R. Ramee, and Christopher J. White 13. Leriche's Disease 172 Hans Krankenberg, Thilo T̈uter ubler, and Michael Schl̈ 14. Iliac Arteries 183 Patrick Peeters, Jürgen Verbist, Koen Deloose, and Marc Bosiers 15. The Femoropopliteal Segment 205 Andrej Schmidt and Dierk Scheinert 16. The Tibioperoneal Segment 220 Lanfroi Graziani and Hubert Wallner 17. Dialysis Fistulas 239 Patrick Haage and Dierk Vorwerk 18. Venous Interventions for Iliofemoral DVT 257 Anthony J. Comerota and Marilyn H. Gravett 19. The Complex Patient with Multilevel Disease 272 Nicolas Diehm, Barry Katzen, Jennifer Franke, and Horst Sievert
Summary "This new title provides a systematic review of complex cases in peripheral vascular interventions (PVI), a minimal endovascular approach to treating peripheral arteries. This increasingly evolving area in interventional therapies offers reduced risk for complications compared to conventional surgery and takes advantage of advanced techniques to treat more complex lesions in severely diseased patients. The text is divided into two sections, the first reviews general aspects on managing complex patients in PVI , and the second discusses complex cases in specific vessel areas, examining the interventions from puncture to closure, heat-to-toe. Complex cases in Peripheral Vascular Interventions offers readers the opportunity to tap into the knowledge of those working on complex cases in the cutting edge field and receive both theoretical and practical tips on how to approach specific vascular lesions"--Provided by publisher
Notes Description based on print version record
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Peripheral vascular diseases -- Surgery.
Peripheral Vascular Diseases -- surgery.
Minimally Invasive Surgical Procedures -- methods.
Vascular Surgical Procedures -- methods.
Form Electronic book
Author Minar, Erich.
Schillinger, Martin.
ISBN 1841847321 (electronic bk.)
9781841847320 (electronic bk.)