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Volume 16 - Issue 2 - February 2019

February 2019 Issue 2 Volume 16

Clinical Review
VASCULAR DISEASE MANAGEMENT 2019;16(2):E28-E31.
Sofia Vianna, MD;1,2 Timothy Yates, MD;1,2 Brandon Olivieri, MD;1,2 and Robert E. Beasley, MD1-3   1Vascular and Interventional Radiology, Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami Beach, FL 2Vascular and Limb Preservation Center, Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami Beach, FL 3Evanescence Vein Center, Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami Beach, FL 
The authors present a newly developed, wireless technology platform that enables physicians to control viewing and manipulation of images in the sterile operative space.
Original Research
VASCULAR DISEASE MANAGEMENT 2019;16(2):E16-E22.
Joji J. Varghese, MD;1 Bailey Ann Estes, RN-C;1 Brad J. Martinsen, PhD;2 Zsuzsanna Igyarto, PhD;2 Jihad A. Mustapha, MD3   1Hendrick Medical Center, Abilene, Texas  2Cardiovascular Systems, Inc., St. Paul, Minnesota  3Advanced Cardiac & Vascular Amputation Prevention Centers, Grand Rapids, Michigan
In this study, researchers evaluated the efficacy and safety of initial dual antegrade and retrograde access approach compared with single antegrade or retrograde approach for crossing any level of CTO.
Case Report
VASCULAR DISEASE MANAGEMENT 2019;16(2):E23-E27.
Dainis Krievins, MD, PhD; Edgars Zellans MD; Gustavs Latkovskis MD, PhD; Ligita Zvaigzne MD; Peteris Stradins MD, PhD; Indulis Kumsars MD, PhD; Roberts Rumba MD and Andrejs Erglis MD, PhD.    The University of Latvia, Pauls Stradins Clinical University Hospital, Riga, Latvia
Krievins and colleagues describe the successful management of a patient with critical limb ischemia and femoral pseudoaneurysm who was found to have severe silent coronary ischemia by pre-operative coronary computed tomography angiogram and FFRCT ass…
Editor's Corner
VASCULAR DISEASE MANAGEMENT 2019;16(2):E15.
Dr. Walker comments on the case report by Krievins and colleagues on the utilization of fractional flow reserve-computed tomography (FFRCT) to identify critical myocardial ischemia in a patient with no cardiac symptoms.
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