Volume 4 - Issue 5 - Sept/Oct 2007

Frank J. Criado

The article Review of Current Thoracic Endografts with or Pending FDA Approval by Wang and Milner is a timely current-status report on TEVAR technologies, and constitutes an excellent foundation for this issue’s editorial. | Read More

Jeffrey Wang, MD and Ross Milner, MD

<B>Review of Previous and Current Clinical Trials</b> | Read More

<sup>1</sup>Robert L. Wilensky, MD and <sup>2</sup>Jacob Schneiderman, MD

Acute coronary syndromes (ACS) and ischemic strokes develop suddenly and often unpredictably in patients with vascular disease. | Read More

<sup>1</sup>Ghazanfar Khadim, MD, <sup>2</sup>Aravinda Nanjundappa, MD, RVT, <sup>1</sup>Robert S. Dieter, MD, RVT

Atherothrombosis is a systemic disease of large- and medium-sized arteries, including the coronary, aorta, and peripheral arteries. | Read More

<sup>1</sup>Master Mobin, MB, BS, <sup>1</sup>Khoo Ee Win, MB, BS FRANZCR, <sup>2</sup>Shyamkumar Keshava, DNB, FRCR, FRANZCR

Introduction Most patients described in the literature with spontaneous rectus sheath hematomas are on a form of medical anticoagulant therapy or have a bleeding diathesis.1–3 The indication for angiography includes persistent bleeding and… | Read More

Yuri Pride, MD, Benjamin Rester, MD, Lawrence Garcia, MD

Introduction Aneurysms of the splenic artery are the third most common intra-abdominal aneurysms, with aneurysms of the aorta and iliac arteries being most and second most common, respectively.1 However, splenic artery aneurysms (SA | Read More

Mohan Nandalur, MD, Surender Avula, MD, Bruce Abramowitz, MD

Introduction Distal protection devices are being utilized with increasing frequency in percutaneous treatment of atherosclerotic renal vascular disease. Early interventions utilized either a distal balloon occlusive device or filter wire to prevent… | Read More