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Editor's Corner
June 05, 2020

Hello and welcome to the June 2020 edition of Vascular Disease Management. In this edition I will allow our readers to visit the Cardiovascular Institute of the South (CIS) Virtual Care Center and further discuss our utilization of this…

Editor's Corner
May 15, 2020
Hello and welcome to the May 2020 edition of Vascular Disease Management. I have chosen to comment on Drs. Cereda, Sangiorgi, and colleagues’ article, “Treatment of Common Femoral Artery Lesions Involving the Superficial and Profunda Femoral Artery…
Commentary
May 11, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the world to a near standstill as a highly contagious coronavirus spreads rapidly around the world, causing sudden and severe illness with high mortality, and threatening to overwhelm healthcare systems. This has…
Editor's Corner
April 21, 2020
Video editorial from Dr. Craig Walker.
Editor's Corner
April 21, 2020
Craig Walker, MD, comments on the increase in obstructive venous disease procedures, which remain underdiagnosed and undertreated.
Editor's Corner
March 09, 2020
Craig Walker, MD, comments on an article addressing catheter-directed thrombolysis in submassive pulmonary embolism.
Editor's Corner
February 10, 2020
Craig Walker, MD, comments on an article about pelvic congestion syndrome, a highly prevalent and profoundly underdiagnosed and undertreated cause of pelvic pain in women.
Review
January 21, 2020
Fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD) is a non-atherosclerotic, non-inflammatory arterial disease that primarily affects women.1 It most commonly affects the renal, extra-cranial carotid, and vertebral arteries, but has been reported in almost every…
Editor's Corner
January 03, 2020
Craig Walker, MD, comments on a “must read” article for anyone who may be contemplating performing interventions in an outpatient endovascular center.
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.
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