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Commentary
December 06, 2019
Craig Walker, MD, comments on the results of a pilot study by Nugroho and colleagues in which young patients with mild PAD showed a significant increase in serum VEGF after only 8 weeks of exercise therapy.
Editor's Corner
December 03, 2019
Dr. Walker comments on a pilot study by Nugroho and colleagues, and how home-based exercise training may increase levels of VEGF in patients with mild PAD.
Commentary
November 04, 2019
Paul Michael, MD, comments on a single-center, observational experience of patients treated for acute limb ischemia by Estes and colleagues, and congratulates the group for wanting to constantly improve their state of thrombolysis therapy and for…
Editor's Corner
November 04, 2019
Dr. Walker comments on an article about ALI, which represents one of the most severe manifestations of limb ischemia.
Editor's Corner
October 21, 2019
Craig Walker, MD, comments on a case report describing the treatment of a 90-year-old man with a chronic, non-healing venous leg ulcer.
Editor's Corner
September 16, 2019
Craig Walker, MD, comments on Dr John Phillips’ case presentation in which he utilized the Corindus robotic system to revascularize an occluded posterior tibial artery.
Editor's Corner
August 19, 2019
Dr Walker comments on Dr Luai Alhazmi and colleagues’ case report on “No Reflow in Below-the-Knee Vessels After Percutaneous Revascularization of the Superficial Femoral Artery.”
Editor's Corner
July 22, 2019
Craig Walker, MD, comments on the results of the June 19-20, 2019 FDA panel.
Editor's Corner
June 14, 2019
Dr Walker comments on Gi-Ann Acosta and Dr Richard Neville’s article “Pedal Revascularization: Extending the Limits of Endovascular or Surgical Means to Prevent Amputation.” 
Editor's Corner
May 21, 2019
Dr Walker comments on an article by Fahad Younas, MD, and R. Kevin Rogers, MD, on “Supervised Exercise in Critical Limb Ischemia.”
Editor's Corner
May 01, 2019
Dr Walker comments on Mac Farid and colleagues’ case report describing interventional therapy of a patient presenting with intermittent right thigh claudication secondary to fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD) of the external iliac artery.
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