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Case Report
January 21, 2020

Nayan Agarwal, MD; Avinash Murthy, MD; Craig M. Walker, MD

Department of Cardiology, Cardiovascular Institute of the South, Houma, Louisiana 

 

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Shammas presents a case that illustrates the importance of IVUS in characterizing dissections and brings forward the question of whether IVUS should be used as the primary modality to identify and repair dissections.
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August 19, 2019
Alhazmi and colleagues describe a patient presenting with diminished distal flow in all 3 below-the-knee vessels, despite successful recanalization and patency of the upstream SFA, and absence of significant residual stenosis.
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July 22, 2019
Ottavia Borghese, MD; Angelo Pisani, MD; Isabelle Di Centa, MD
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June 29, 2019
Neville and Acosta demonstrate the use of an autologous vein for arterial reconstruction. The case is unique in that rather than opting for amputation in a patient with CLI not amenable to open bypass surgery or endovascular therapy, they devised a…
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June 14, 2019
In the case herein, procedural success — defined by stenosis reduction and distal reperfusion of bilateral stumps — was dependent upon gaining arterial access through exotic techniques and crossing the CTOs.
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May 21, 2019
Enrique Hernandez, MD; Ivan Montoya, MD; Yohandy Fuentes, DPM, PGY II Hyperbaric & Wound Care Center at Mercy Hospital, Miami, Florida 
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May 01, 2019
Zoran Stankov, MD; Iveta Tasheva, MD; Lyubinka Yanevska, MD; Georgi Dobrev, MD;  Ivo Petrov, MD, PhD Department of Cardiology and Angiology, Acibadem City Clinic, Cardiovascular Center, Sofia, Bulgaria
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May 01, 2019
Mehrdad Mac Farid, MD; Luis Caraballo, MD; Kenneth Fromkin, MD; Shayan Mahapatra, MD Cleveland Clinic Florida, Heart and Vascular Institute, Department of Vascular Medicine, Weston, Florida
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April 18, 2019
Shammas and colleagues discuss how treatment of infrapopliteal arteries can be challenging due to the presence of medial calcinosis and fibrotic rings.
Clinical Review
March 01, 2019
The authors present a newly developed, wireless technology platform that enables physicians to control viewing and manipulation of images in the sterile operative space.
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