Commentary

In this video, Craig Walker, MD, comments on the potential of FFRCT  to identify silent coronary ischemia and the arteries causing that ischemia, as well as on the need for some form of evaluation of silent myocardial ischemia in patien | Read More

Dr. Walker comments on a recent publication by Katsanos and colleagues of a meta-analysis of the risk of death following application of paclitaxel-coated balloons and stents in the femoropopliteal artery of the leg. | Read More

In this video discussion, Craig Walker, MD, comments on a case report by Dr. Shammas and colleagues which describes IVUS utilization in infra-popliteal artery intervention. | Read More

Available data suggest that common femoral artery atherosclerosis with or without patch angioplasty has a high 5-year patency rate and a relatively low rate of postoperative complications. | Read More

Craig Walker, MD, opens the October issue of Vascular Disease Management by discussing a case report involving the treatment of thrombosed popliteal artery aneurysms in an elderly patient. | Read More

In this commentary video, Dr. Craig Walker discusses a paper by Krievens and colleagues, which describes the high prevalence of asymptomatic, ischemia-producing coronary stenosis in critical limb ischemia. | Read More

In a commentary video, Dr. Craig Walker comments on the use of popliteal artery access for occluded arteries in a patient with critical limb ischemia. | Read More

Dr. Walker comments on the overall medical evaluation and medical therapy of patients presenting with critical limb ischemia (CLI) and peripheral arterial disease (PAD). | Read More

Craig Walker, MD, comments on interventionalists' reliance on diagnostic angiography as the “gold standard” in guiding peripheral vascular interventions in leg arteries.  | Read More

Dr. Walker comments on a case by Poli and colleagues that discusses the use of the subclavian artery as an alternate access site to deliver the transcatheter valve. | Read More