Volume 8 - Issue 6 - June 2011

How can vascular interventionists expand their practice in today’s market? Today’s market will be expanded by the increase in outcome data being generated. The 2 major trials that I predict will increase the market are the CREST data that show… | Read More

Frank J. Criado
Editor-in-Chief
Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Intervention; Union Memorial Hospital/
MedStar Health,
Baltimore, Maryland
frank.criado@medstar.net

Dr. Ansel’s credentials as a thought leader and endovascular “luminary” are widely recognized. Coming from a cardiology background, he was among the early pioneers who understood that excellence in vascular disease management and endovascular… | Read More

Daniel Wildes, DO, Richard Kovach, MD, Jon C. George, MD

AbstractPopliteal artery aneurysm is uncommon but requires prompt recognition and treatment to prevent devastating consequences. Although surgical resection is the standard of treatment, endovascular repair has become increasingly favorable. Herein… | Read More

Jack N. Helleman, MD, Dagmar I. Vos, MD, Lijckle van der Laan, MD, PhD

AbstractHip fractures are a common injury among the elderly. A quarter of all pertrochanteric fractures are unstable with a fractured lesser trochanter. Most of these fractures are treated with an intramedullary fixation. We report a rare… | Read More

Vaishali T. Kent, MD, Dipankar Mukherjee, MD, Alan M. Speir, MD

AbstractObjective. To present a challenging case of a patient with contained ruptured aneurysm of her aortic arch as well as a saccular aneurysm of the descending thoracic aorta with a history of previously repaired abdominal aortic aneurysm.… | Read More