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TitlePercutaneous Vascular Recanalization [electronic resource] : Technique Applications Clinical Results / edited by Eberhard Zeitler, Andreas Grรผntzig, Werner Schoop
ImprintBerlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1978
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-46381-5
Descript XII, 206 p. online resource

CONTENT

1. Introduction -- I. Technique -- 2. Transluminal Angioplasty โ{128}{148} Pathologic Basis -- 3. Transluminal Dilatation With Separate Teflon Catheters -- 4. Percutaneous Transluminal Recanalization (PTR) With the Double-Lumen Dilatation Catheter -- 5. Dilatation Technique of Iliac Artery Stenoses With Balloon Catheters -- 6. Transluminal Vascular Dilatation With a Modified Dilatation Catheter -- II. Histologic Experiences -- 7. Histopathologic Aspects of Transluminal Recanalization -- 8. Morphologic Alterations After Percutaneous Transluminal Recanalization of Chronic Femoral Atherosclerosis -- III. Experimental Studies -- 9. Transluminal Dilatation of Coronary Artery Stenosis โ{128}{148} Experimental Report -- 10. Percutaneous Transluminal Dilatation (PTD) of Carotid Artery Stenosis -- IV. Medical Treatment -- 11. Drug Treatment Before and After PTR -- V. Monitoring Methods -- 12. Ultrasound Techniques for Follow-Up of Hemodynamic Changes After Transluminal Dilatation or Recanalization -- 13. Transvenous Xeroarteriography, an Appropriate Method for Angiographic Follow-Up After PTR -- VI. Results of PTR -- 14. Review of the Results of the Dotter Procedure -- 15. Late Results of Percutaneous Catheter Treatment (Dotterโ{128}{153}s Technique) in Occlusion of the Femoropopliteal Arteries, Stage II -- 16. Early and Late Results of PTD in Iliaca Stenosis -- 17. Cooperative Study of Results of PTR in Twelve Different Clinics -- VII. Complications -- 18. Complications In and After PTR -- 19. Complications of the Transluminal Angioplasty Excluding the Puncture Site Complications -- VIII. Special Indications -- 20. Transluminal Dilatation of a Stenosis in the Deep Femoral Artery -- 21. Percutaneous Transluminal Dilatation of Stenosis Behind AV-Fistulas in Hemodialysis Patients -- 22. PTR in Iliac Vein Thrombosis -- IX. PTR in Combination With Other Techniques -- 23. Percutaneous Transluminal Recanalization Combined With Fibrinolysis -- 24. Percutaneous Transluminal Recanalization (PTR) and Fibrinolysis: Fibrinolytic Treatment of Femoral Reocclusions Subsequent to PTR Procedures -- 25. Selective Arterial Clot Lysis With Angiography Catheter -- 26. Vascular Surgery and Transluminal Dilatation/Recanalization: Complementary Procedures for the Reconstruction of Peripheral Occlusive Diseases -- 27. Surgical Aspects of Vascular Reconstruction After PTR -- 28. Intraoperative Transluminal Angioplasty by Dotterโ{128}{153}s Method -- X. Indications -- 29. Indications for PTR From the Angiologic Point of View -- 30. Indications for PTR From the Surgical Point of View -- XI. Summary -- 31. Appraisal of the Techniques -- 32. Appraisal of the Therapy -- References to Chapters 5, 11, 15, 18โ{128}{147}22, 24, 25, 28โ{128}{147}31


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