Volume 11 - Issue 4 - April 2014
With future modifications, covered stents could prove to be the answer for the challenge of superficial femoral artery restenosis.
Clinical Review »
Treatment of superficial femoral artery disease remains challenging due to complex lesion morphologies, unique vessel characteristics, long lesion lengths, and frequent chronic total occlusions. The author reviews strategies to optimize procedural success and to treat late complications such as restenosis and/or thrombosis.
Case Files by Dr. George »
The author presents a case of a 71-year-old male with history of coronary artery disease, peripheral arterial disease, ulcerative colitis, and chronic thrombocytopenia who presented with acute onset of severe right lower-extremity claudication characterized by rest pain and a cold leg.
Case Report »
Type I Endoleak Management After Endovascular Repair of Infrarenal Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm: Utilization of N-butyl Cyanoacrylate Embolization in a Case of Failed Secondary Intervention
The authors report a successful resolution of a type 1A endoleak post endovascular repair of an abdominal aortic aneurysm 52-year-old male using transarterial N-butyl cyanoacrylate embolization.
Letter to the Editor »
Is “Substantially Equivalent” Good Enough for Lower-Limb Therapy Patients: Contributions to the Meaningful Data Collection Discussion
In response to a Vascular Disease Management blog post, the author describes how improvements in peripheral artery disease care and multi-institutional technology systems will be necessary to improve data collection for a large number of patients.
Vascular Disease Management spoke with Dr. Glickman about results of a 138-patient study on the Acuseal graft at the 2013 VEITHsymposium meeting.
Supplements and Special Projects
|Clinical Case Update: PharmacoMechanical Thrombolysis using the Rapid Lysis Technique: A Safe and Effective Alternative for the Removal of DVT|