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GLOVICZKI P., SHIELDS R. C., BJARNASON H., BECQUEMIN J.-P., GLOVICZKI M. L.
A volume of 480 pages with 149 b/w and colour figures and 34 tables
Advances and Controversies in Vascular Medicine, Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Interventions presents the latest developments and current guidelines in the evaluation and multidisciplinary care of vascular patients at Mayo Clinic today. The volume includes contributions from vascular physicians, surgeons, radiologists, interventionists, neurologists and other experts in vascular diseases, as they were presented at the Mayo Clinic International Vascular Symposium, organized in Paris, France, September 9-11, 2011. Outstanding presentations made at this meeting by a select group of invited French and international vascular specialists are also included.
The chapters of this comprehensive and multidisciplinary book cover progress in evaluation and treatment of acute and chronic, arterial and venous diseases. There is emphasis on endovascular vs. open reconstructions for aortic aneurysms and other aortic pathologies, for carotid, renal, mesenteric and peripheral arterial diseases. The latest advances in medical, endovascular and open surgical treatment of venous diseases are discussed in detail, including new drug therapies, venous stenting, catheter directed thrombolysis, mechanical thrombectomy, endovenous thermal ablations, foam and liquid sclerotherapy. The Great International Debates argue on controversies in carotid and renal artery stenting, on the role of thrombolysis in acute iliofemoral and axillary-subclavian venous thrombosis and on the best therapy of varicose veins and chronic venous insufficiency.
ABDOMINAL AORTIC ANEURYSMS
The pathophysiology of abdominal aortic aneurysms
Drugs that slow down or accelerate the growth of abdominal aortic aneurysms
AAA repair through minilaparotomy: what are the benefits?
Why should we perform laparoscopic AAA repair?
Has the endovascular era improved outcome of AAA repairs at Mayo Clinic?
Endovascular treatment of complex aortic aneurysms
Endovascular treatment of ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms. Trends in the United States and the Albany experience
The anatomic challenges of endovascular AAA repair: effect of anatomic fixation on outcomes
Abdominal aortic aneurysm endograft migration
The management of para-anastomotic aortic and iliac aneurysms
Advances in vascular imaging of aortic pathology
The use of parallel endografts for the treatment of complex aortic aneurysms
Treatment options for late complications after surgery for aortic coarctation
Unusual inflow and device introduction sites during arch debranchig
Open surgical treatment of thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysms in 2011
Spinal cord ischemia and aortic aneurysms repair
Endovascular repair for traumatic acute isthmic rupture
New strategies and challenges of endoleak treatment after EVAR
Penetrating atheromatous ulcer
MESENTERIC ARTERY DISEASE
Open surgical treatment of mesenteric occlusive disease in the endovascular era
Endovascular treatment of mesenteric artery occlusive disease at Mayo Clinic
Indications and results of endovascular treatment of mesenteric ischemia in France
RENAL ARTERY DISEASE
New developments in hypertension management
Defining physiologically important renal artery stenosis: invasive assessment beyond angiography
Atherosclerotic renovascular disease: lessons learned from recent trials
Renal artery endovascular therapy: current practice at Mayo Clinic
The great international debate: renal artery stenting versus medical management for renovascular hypertension
The case for renal artery stenting
The case against renal artery stenting
Emerging new technology for management of renal artery stenosis: drug eluting stents, embolic protection, and neuroablation
Current indications and results of surgical reconstructions for renal artery disease at Mayo Clinic
CAROTID ARTERY DISEASE
Diagnosis and treatment of ischemic stroke
Medical management of carotid stenosis
The role of carotid artery stenting in the management of carotid disease in 2011 in the United States: the Albany Experience
The great international debate II: the management of carotid artery stenosis in asymptomatic patients
Asymptomatic patients with carotid stenosis should be managed conservatively
Stenting and endarterectomy as treatments for carotid artery stenosis
PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE
Upper extremity arterial disease: recent trials and future directions
Update in angiogenic therapy for peripheral arterial disease
Diabetes and peripheral arterial disease: are we late to the dance? . . . .
Recent advances in the diagnosis and management of noninfectious aortitis
Intima media thickness measurement in asymptomatic patients: a validated method for screening cardiovascular risk
ENDOVASCULAR AND OPEN SURGICAL TREATMENT OF PAD
Vascular laboratory evaluation of arterial occlusive disease: emerging microcirculatory techniques
Computed tomographic angiography: advances in imaging of peripheral arterial disease
The role of antiplatelet agents and antithrombotic treatment in patients with peripheral arterial disease
Femoropopliteal stenting for PAD: results of clinical trials and current practice at Mayo Clinic
Aortic and iliac angioplasty and stenting for PAD: indications, devices and results
Femoro-popliteal bypass and hybrid procedures for PAD: what is new and when should we operate in 2011?
Tibial and pedal bypass for critical limb ischemia: are these still needed in the endovascular era?
Ischemic wounds: an update on management strategies in 2011 & beyond
The great international debate: what is the best treatment of acute iliofemoral deep vein thrombosis?
The evidence for treatment of iliofemoral venous thrombosis with anticoagulation alone vs. systemic thrombolysis
The evidence for treatment of iliofemoral venous thrombosis with catheter directed thrombolysis vs. anticoagulation alone
Technique and results of thrombolysis and mechanical thrombectomy for acute iliofemoral deep vein thrombosis at Mayo Clinic
Effort related axillary-subclavian venous thrombosis: evidence to support current management in France
Axillary-subclavian venous thrombosis with thoracic outlet syndrome: indications and optimal timing for first rib resection, balloon angioplasty, stenting or open venous reconstruction at Mayo Clinic
Lessons learned in the treatment of acute deep venous thrombosis in the era of new anticoagulants in Europe
CHRONIC VENOUS DISEASE
Endovascular treatment of chronic iliocaval venous thrombosis
Chronic lower extremity venous disease: the evidence for the benefits of pharmacologic therapy
Duplex scanning for endovenous therapy: tricks and tips
What is new in laser treatment of the saphenous and perforating veins?
What is the best strategy for treating the incompetent saphenous vein: laser, radiofrequency, or foam?
When should we treat incompetent perforator veins and how?
Recurrent varicose veins: incidence, etiology and the best strategy for management
New guidelines of the Society for Vascular Surgery and the American Venous Forum for management of varicose veins and associated chronic venous diseases
VENOUS DISEASE: MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND ENDOVASCULAR TREATMENT
The progress in imaging of the leg veins: multislice computed tomographic venography
The great international debate: do we need saphenous vein ablation to treat varicose veins?
Phlebectomy alone is the best techinque for treatment of varicose veins and saphenous ablation is not needed for most patients
Saphenous ablation is needed for most patients with varicose veins
Compression treatment for varicose veins and for chronic venous insufficiency: current evidence of efficacy
THE FUTURE OF VASCULAR EDUCATION
Vascular specialty training in Europe: perspectives of an educator
Training of vascular surgeons in the United States: the changing paradigm
Vascular Medicine at Mayo Clinic: lessons learned from Allen-Barker-Hines
A brief history of Vascular Radiology at Mayo Clinic
Milestones of Mayo Clinic and the Gonda Vascular Center with a brief history of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery