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Current Vascular Surgery

Northwestern Vascular Symposium

Mark Eskandari (author) William H. Pearce (author)
James S.T. Yao (author)

ISBN: 9781607951988

Publication Date: Mar 2017

Format: Hardback

Provides a comprehensive analysis of the current management of vascular disease as it relates to treatment of extracranial cerebrovascular and supra-aortic trunk disease, new approaches to lower extremity arterial and venous problems, and recent cutting-edge developments in open and endovascular approaches to treat aortic and visceral arterial disease.

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Current Vascular Surgery: Northwestern Vascular Symposium is an annual publication that addresses contemporary topics and controversies in vascular and endovascular surgery, providing a comprehensive overview of the field's recent evolution. This volume is the result of the 41st Annual Vascular Symposium sponsored by the Division of Vascular Surgery, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University and held in Chicago on 8-10 December, 2016. The contributing authors were selected on the basis of recent peer-reviewed publications and national societal presentations; all are recognized leaders in their disciplines.

This volume provides a comprehensive analysis of the current management of vascular disease as it relates to treatment of extracranial cerebrovascular and supra-aortic trunk disease, new approaches to lower extremity arterial and venous problems, and recent cutting-edge developments in open and endovascular approaches to treat aortic and visceral arterial disease, as well as novel techniques for hemodialysis access, complex venous problems, and upper extremity disorders.

Each chapter has as its basis a presentation at the 41st Annual Vascular Symposium, but includes more in-depth details than is possible in a symposium presentation.
  • Fifty-two chapters in ten sections covering the full range of vascular surgery.
  • Clinical "pearls" from internationally-recognised experts.
  • Includes perspectives on the history and evolution of the field.
Pages 602
Dimensions 229 x 152
Date Published 30 Mar 2017
Publisher PMPH USA, Ltd
Subject/s Cardiovascular medicine   Vascular surgery  
  • Contributors
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • 1. Society for Vascular Surgery History Project: Workgroup Update 2016 Walter J. McCarthy III, James S. T. Yao, Roger T. Gregory & Norman M. Rich
  • Section I. Cerebrovascular and Supra-Aortic Trunk Disease
  • 2. Timing of Carotid Interventions After Acute Stroke John Taggert & R. Clement Darling III
  • 3. Embolic Protection Devices for TEVAR and TAVR Marissa Famularo & Francis J. Caputo
  • 4. Spontaneous Recanalization of Occluded Extracranial Internal Carotid Lesions Matthew B. Potts, Michael C. Hurley, Ali Shaibani, Sameer A. Ansari & Babak S. Jahromi
  • 5. Cognitive Effects of Asymptomatic Extracranial Carotid Stenosis Brittanie D. Baughman, & Wei Zhou
  • 6. Variation in Carotid Criteria for Carotid Endarterectomy Edward J. Arous & Andres Schanzer
  • Section II. Current Issues in Vascular Surgery
  • 7. Readmissions in Vascular Surgery Micah E. Girotti & Karen J. Ho
  • 8. Improving Operating Room Efficiency: The Importance of Decisions Made Months Before the Day of Surgery Franklin Dexter & Richard H. Epstein
  • 9. Operative Vascular Experience: Traditional Versus Integrated Pathways Philip M. Batista & Paul DiMuzio
  • 10. Vascular Quality Initiative: What Does It Mean to the Practicing Vascular Surgeon? Larry W. Kraiss
  • 11. Radiation Exposure During Endovascular Procedures: Methods to Protect Patients, Physicians, and Hospital Personnel Melissa L. Kirkwood
  • Section III. Vascular Access
  • 12. Impact of Anastomotic Angles on Vascular Access Nirvana Sadgianloo & Alan Dardik
  • 13. Rethinking Arteriovenus Anastomoses: Interrupted Suturing and Nonpenetrating Clips Karl A. Illig
  • 14. What to Do With Patent Arteriovenous Fistulas After Successful Renal Transplantation Staci Canterino & David Fox
  • 15. HeRO Grafts in Patients With Central Vein Occlusions: When and How To Incorporate Them in Your Practice Virginia L. Wong
  • 16. Dialysis Access Coding: New and Upcoming Changes Matthew J. Sideman & Francesco A.Aiello
  • Section IV. Lower Extremity Venous Disease
  • 17. Incidence of Deep Vein Thrombosis After Vascular Surgery Amy B. Reed
  • 18. Acute Iliofemoral Deep Vein Thrombosis Benjamin Jacobs & Peter K. Henke
  • 19. Staged Versus Concomitant Phlebectomy for Varicose Veins Treated With Venous Ablation Hugh A. Gelabert
  • 20. Recurrence of Varicose Veins After Endovenous Ablation: A Comparative Analysis With Implications for Prevention and Treatment Thomas F. O'Donnell, Jr, Erica Tangney & Mark D. Iafrati
  • 21. Treatment of Refluxing Perforator Veins in Advanced Venous Disease Eric S. Hager
  • Section V. Lower Extremity Arterial Disease
  • 22. How You'll Intervene on Legs in Three Years: Bioresorbable Scaffolds and Next-Generation Drug Delivery Jason R. Cook & Patrick J. Geraghty
  • 23. Common Femoral Endarterectomy: Technique and Outcomes Ahmed Kayssi, Dipankar Mukherjee & Richard F. Neville
  • 24. Low-Energy Knee Dislocation and Vascular Injury Farah Mohammad, Alexander D. Shepard & Timothy J. Nypaver
  • 25. Computed Tomography-Based Evaluation of Venous Conduit for Bypass Surgery Matthew P. Goldman & Matthew A. Corriere
  • 26. External Iliac Artery Endofibrosis Sarasijhaa K. Desikan & Sherene Shalhub
  • Section VI. Visceral and Renal Artery Disease
  • 27. Chronic Mesenteric Ischemia in the Obese Patient Neel A. Mansukhani & Tadaki M. Tomita
  • 28. Ruptured Splenic Artery Aneurysms in Pregnant Women Julia M. Boll & R. James Valentine
  • 29. Stent Graft Repair of Splenic Artery Aneurysms: Technical Tips Randall R. DeMartino & Gustavo S. Oderich
  • 30. Vascular Reconstruction in Conjunction With Pancreatic Resection Roy M. Fujitani, Sarath Sujatha-Bhaskar & David K. Imagawa31. Endovascular Treatment of Hepatic Artery Stenting Following Liver Transplantation W. Charles Sternbergh III
  • 32. Natural History of Splanchnic Artery Aneurysms and Outcomes Following Operative Intervention Michael R. Corey & Mark F. Conrad
  • Section VII. Upper Extremity Diseases
  • 33. Management of Upper Extremity Arterial Civilian Trauma Nicole C. Toscano & Michael C. Stoner
  • 34. Neurogenic and Vascular Quadrilateral Space Syndromes: New Classification and Management Arjun Jayaraj & Peter Gloviczki
  • 35. Management of Congenital Peripheral Arteriovenous Malformations Russell J. Pepe & Naiem Nassiri
  • 36. Surgical Approaches to Thoracic Outlet Syndrome: Supraclavicular Versus Transaxillar Robert W. Thompson
  • 37. Aneuryms and Dissections in Patients with Fibrouscular Dysplasia Daniella Kadian-Dodov
  • Section VIII. Complex Arterial and Venous Diseases
  • 38. Management of Acute Arterial Injuries After Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty Matthew J. Dougherty & Douglas A. Troutman
  • 39. Endovascular Solutions for Chronic Aorto-iliac Artery Occlusive Disease Gregory G. Westin & Thomas S. Maldonado
  • 40. Endovascular Solutions to Central Vein Occlusions Shamit S. Desai & Scott Resnick
  • 41. Endovascular Treatment of the Aorta in Marfan Syndrome Patients Igor V. Voskresensky, Alyson L. Waterman-Pugh & Adam W. Beck
  • 42. Effects of Preoperative Beta Blockers on Vascular Surgery Patients Salvatore T. Scali & Adam W. Beck
  • Section IX. Abdominal Aortic Disease
  • 43. Aortic Neck Enlargement After EVAR: Balloon-Expandable Versus Self-Expanding Stent Grafts Dainis Krievins, Janis Savlovskis & Christopher K. Zarins
  • 44. Genetic Impact on Thoracic Aortic Aneurysms Bulat A. Ziganshin & John A. Elefteriades
  • 45. Impact of Severe Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease on Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair: Predictors of Failure Albeir Y. Mousa, Mike Broce & David H. Stone
  • 46. Management of Internal Iliac Artery Aneurysms Vivek S. Prakash & Heron E. Rodriguez
  • 47. Percutaneous Endovascular Aortic Aneurysm Repair: Predictors of Failure Albeir Y. Mousa, Mike Broce & Ramez Morkous
  • Section X. Thoracic/Thoracoabdominal Diseases
  • 48. Endovascular Aneurysm Repair in High-Risk Patients Andrew W. Hoel & Tadaki M. Tomita
  • 49. Is Endovascular Repair of the Ascending Aorta? Talal Al-Atassi & Ali Khoynezhad
  • 50. Surveillance Algorithm for Medically Managed Penetrating Aortic Ulcers, Intramural Hematomas, and Dissections Anna Z. Fashandi & Gilbert R. Upchurch, Jr
  • 51. Computational Fluid Dynamic Studies to Predict Aneurysmal Degeneration After Thoracic Dissection Eric K. Shanga & Benjamin M. Jackson
  • 52. Technical Tips for Fenestrated Stent Grafting Matthew P. Sweet
Mark Eskandari Chief, Division of Vascular Surgery, James S.T. Yao Professor of Vascular Surgery, Professor of Medicine – Cardiology and Radiology, Northwestern University, Feingold School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois.

William H. Pearce Violet R. and Charles A. Baldwin Professor of Vascular Surgery, Northwestern University, Feingold School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois.

James S.T. YaoEmeritus Professor of Surgery – Vascular, Northwestern University, Feingold School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois.

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