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A Journal on Angiology

Official Journal of the International Union of Angiology, the International Union of Phlebology and the Central European Vascular Forum
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Impact Factor 0,899

Frequency: Bi-Monthly

ISSN 0392-9590

Online ISSN 1827-1839


International Angiology 2009 February;28(1)


International Angiology 2009 February;28(1):1-3

Dizziness: when is it vascular?

Zaletel M., Zvan B.


International Angiology 2009 February;28(1):4-11

Is total abolishment of great saphenous reflux in the invasive treatment of superficial chronic venous insufficiency always necessary?

Navarro T. P., Nunes T. A., Ribeiro A. L., Castro-Silva M.


International Angiology 2009 February;28(1):12-9

Prognostic role of endothelial dysfunction and carotid intima-media thickness in patients undergoing coronary stent implantation

Corrado E., Camarda P., Coppola G., Muratori I., Ciaramitaro G., Farinella M., Novo G., Rotolo A., Andolina G., Cospite V., Evola S., Assennato P., Hoffmann E., Novo S.

International Angiology 2009 February;28(1):20-5

Prevalence of peripheral artery disease and its associated risk factors in Spain: The ESTIME Study

Blanes J. I., Cairols M. A., Marrugat J.

International Angiology 2009 February;28(1):26-31

Vacuum assisted wound closure in patients with lower extremity arterial disease. The experience from two tertiary referral-centres

Nordmyr J., Svensson S., Björck M., Acosta S.

International Angiology 2009 February;28(1):32-7

Does laser power influence the results of endovenous laser ablation (EVLA) of incompetent saphenous veins with the 1 470-nm diode laser? A prospective randomized study comparing 15 and 25 W

Maurins U., Rabe E., Pannier F.

International Angiology 2009 February;28(1):38-43

Short-term prediction of major lower-limb amputation based on clinical indicators on admission: a single institutional experience in a developing country

Seuc A. H., López M., Rodríguez L., Montequín J. F.

International Angiology 2009 February;28(1):44-9

Quantification of plasminogen activator inhibitor type 1 in the aortic wall

Kríková V., Korabecná M., Kocová J., Treska V., Molácek J., Tonar Z., Tolinger P., Nedorost L.1

International Angiology 2009 February;28(1):50-5

Lack of major gender-related differences in patients undergoing elective endovascular or surgical repair of abdominal aortic aneurysm

Van Der Loo B., Naef F., Spring S., Rousson V., Amann-Vesti B., Koppensteiner R.

International Angiology 2009 February;28(1):56-61

Fate of left kidney after left renal vein division during management of aortic occlusive disease

Elsharawy M. A., Moghazy K. M.

International Angiology 2009 February;28(1):62-7

Occurrence and management of chronic venous disease in primary health care in Spain. A comparison of DETECT-2006 with DETECT-2000

Lozano F. S., Masegosa A., Alvarez J., Marinello J.

International Angiology 2009 February;28(1):68-72

Isolated distal deep vein thrombosis: efficacy and safety of a protocol of treatment. Treatment of Isolated Calf Thrombosis (TICT) Study

Parisi R., Visonà A., Camporese G., Verlato F., Lessiani G., Antignani P. L., Palareti G.

International Angiology 2009 February;28(1):73-8

Does a dedicated nurse practitioner improve thromboprophylaxis use in acutely ill medical patients in Australia? The methodology for a multicentre VTE Task Force Audit

Gibbs H., Fletcher J., Blombery P., Glennane A., Collins R


International Angiology 2009 February;28(1):79-81

Debranching of the aorta produces thrombosis of the false lumen in selected cases of chronic type A aortic dissection

Geroulakos G., Zambas N.

International Angiology 2009 February;28(1):82-3

Skin necrosis during oral anticoagulant long-term treatment: an atypical side

Antignani P. L., Schacther I., Allegra C.

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