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TitleModern Vascular Surgery [electronic resource] : Volume 5 / edited by John B. Chang
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York, 1992
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-2946-9
Descript XXII, 519 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Based on the research and clinical work presented at the Fifth International Symposium, Vascular Surgery 1991, this book gathers forty contributions from renowned clinicians and researchers and outstanding young investigators around the world


CONTENT

1. Current State of Noninvasive Vascular Study: Carotid Artery -- 2. Current Status of Noninvasive Studies for Extremity Arterial and Venous Disease -- 3. History of Carotid Surgery: Present Status and Future -- 4. Carotid Endarterectomy: Indications and Techniques -- 5. Carotid Endarterectomy (How I Do It, A Safe Approach) -- 6. Techniques for Transthoracic Reconstruction of the Supraaortic Trunks -- 7. Techniques for Reconstruction of the Vertebral Artery -- 8. Combined Carotid and Coronary Artery Surgery -- 9. Anomalous Branch of Cervical Internal Carotid Artery: Embryological and Technical Considerations -- 10. Current Concepts for the Pathogenesis of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms -- 11. Retroperitoneal Aortic Reconstruction: Indications and Pitfalls -- 12. Difficult Aortic Aneurysms: Pararenal and Suprarenal Aneurysms, Inflammatory Aneurysms, and Concomitant Renal or Visceral Revascularization -- 13. Mycotic Aneurysm: In Situ vs. Extraanatomic Repair -- 14. Replacement of Infected Aortic Prosthetic Grafts with Vascularized Musculofascial Flaps -- 15. Is It Worthwhile To Operate on Patients with Infrarenal Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms in China? A Review of 30 Yearsโ{128}{153} Experience at Zhongshan Hospital -- 16. Patency Improvement and Neointimal Inhibition of Vena Caval Dacron Prosthesis by Endothelial Cells Sodding in Canine -- 17. Protective Effects of Intrathecal Lidocaine Administration on Ischemic Injury of the Spinal Cord -- 18. Surgical Treatment of Lesions of the Thoracic Aorta in Patients with Multiorgan System Trauma -- 19. Current Experience with Angioplasty and Stents in the Iliac Artery -- 20. Percutaneous Endovascular Therapy in a Surgeonโ{128}{153}s Practice -- 21. Strategies and Techiques for Peripheral Laser Angioplasty: 1991 -- 22. Practical Application of Endovascular Techniquesโ{128}{148} Angioscopy, Balloons, Lasers, and Atherectomy -- 23. Endovascular Procedures: Current State of the Art -- 24. New Developments in Limb Salvage Infrainguinal Arterial Surgery and Underlying Patterns of Disease -- 25. Preliminary Clinical Experience with Polyurethane Vascular Prostheses in Femorodistal Reconstruction -- 26. Effects of Morphology of Distal Anastomosis Immediately After Surgery on Intimai Hyperplasia in Femoropopliteal Bypass Graft -- 27. Femoropopliteal Bypasses to Isolated Popliteal Artery Segments: PTFE vs. Vein Grafts -- 28. Intravascular Stent Deployment Across Vein Graft Anastomoses: Acute and Chronic Results -- 29. A New Endoscopic Valvulotome for In Situ Bypass Surgery -- 30. In Situ Bypass Procedures (How I Do It) and Long-term Results -- 31. Modern Concepts of Vascular and Microvascular Disease in Diabetes Mellitus: Implications for Limb Salvage -- 32. Technique of Reversed Vein Bypass to Distal Leg Arteries -- 33. Air Embolism Associated with Changing an Introducer over a Wire -- 34. Comparative Study of the Healing of Precoated Vascular Dacron Prostheses -- 35. The Case for Mesocaval Shunts in the Treatment of Portal Hypertension -- 36. Venous Insufficiency: Acute and Chronic -- 37. A New Surgical Techique for Venous Reconstruction: The Nonpenetrating Clip -- 38. Budd-Chiari Syndrome (How I Treat It): Personal Experience of 250 Cases -- 39. Budd-Chiari Syndromeโ{128}{148}Pathogenesis and Treatment -- 40. How Well Does the Informed Consent Inform?


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