Volume 12 - Issue 12 - December 2015

<p>Craig Walker, MD</p>

Dr. Walker responds to a letter to the editor that considers the question of whether critical limb ischemia patients should undergo angiography to detect coronary artery disease. | Read More

<p>Thomas Davis, MD<br />
From St. John Hospital and Medical Center, St. Clair Shores, Michigan.</p>

The Ocelot catheter allows for safe, quick, and efficient crossing of peripheral arterial CTOs while eliminating, or significantly reducing, fluoroscopic exposure and associated contrast administration. | Read More

<p>Gaurav Sundar, MD; Munawwar Ahmed, MD; Shyamkumar N Keshava, MD; Deepthi Boddu, MD;&nbsp;Narendra Kumar Chaudhary, MD<br />
From the Christian Medical College, Vellore, India.</p>

The authors present a case of a child with B-lymphoblastic lymphoma of the kidneys with a mycotic pseudoaneurysm of the pulmonary artery treated with endovascular coil embolization, and they also present a review of the literature. | Read More

<p>Michael S. Lee, MD; Andre Babak Akhondi, MD<br />
From UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles, California</p>

Does the strategy of routine coronary angiography and subsequent coronary revascularization based upon clinical judgment represent a reasonable treatment strategy for patients with CLI who are at high risk for cardiovascular events? | Read More