Volume 11 - Issue 9 - September 2014

<p>Craig Walker, MD</p>

Patients with critical limb ischemia who have obstructions in the foot have among the poorest prognosis. Retrograde access can help revascularize the foot and save limbs. | Read More

<p>Luis Mariano Palena, MD; Marco Manzi, MD, From the Interventional Radiology Unit, Foot and Ankle Clinic, Policlinico Abano Terme, Abano Terme Padova, Italy.</p>

Below-the-knee and below-the-ankle revascularization can be unsuccessful in 20% of cases, highlighting the need for more refined technique. The authors present a comprehensive overview of retrograde access for critical limb ischemia involving the… | Read More

<p>Parag Patel, MD<sup>1</sup>; Joseph Zechlinski, MD<sup>1</sup>; Jeff Elbich, MD<sup>2</sup><br />
From <sup>1</sup>Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and <sup>2</sup>Medical College of Virginia, Richmond.</p>

Success for endovascular aneurysm repair when endoleaks occur hinges on correct identification and treatment of the endoleak. The authors present techniques for repairing refractory type II endoleaks. | Read More

<p>Sohail Khan, MD; Hamid Salam, MD; John Kessels, MD, From St. Tammany Parish Hospital, Covington, Louisiana.</p>

The authors present a case of a 58-year-old female who developed popliteal occlusion post total knee arthroplasty. | Read More

Vascular Disease Management presents abstracts from research and data presented at the 4th Annual Amputation Prevention Symposium held in Chicago in August. | Read More

<p>Interview by Jennifer Ford</p>

The injectable foam Varithena was recently approved by the FDA for treatment of varicose veins. Vascular Disease Management speaks about the therapy with Dr. Marlin Schul, who participated in a trial that led to its approval. | Read More