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Use of a multilayer flow modulator in the treatment of aneurysms


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In the last 20 years the vascular surgeon has been capable of realizing the statement by Alexis Carrel “Man cannot predict the future but he can invent it”. His role in endovascular procedures is an example of what he meant. In fact, the excellent command of endovascular procedures, together with an essential training in open surgery, has allowed the vascular surgeon to offer a range of therapeutic options more adaptable and targeted, and therefore more efficient.
From this point of view, every new device is possibly a new piece of the therapeutic mosaic. However, novelty does not mean reliability and, for this reason, trials are needed to test new devices. This was our aim in using the multilayer stent, whose characteristics are enticing and results are certainly encouraging.
Morphostructural characteristics
Functional characteristics
Procedural aspects of MARS implantation
Iliac aneurysm
Aneurysm of the superficial femoral artery
Venous bypass pseudoaneurysm
Popliteal artery aneurysms
Renal artery aneurisms
Thoracoabdominal aneurysms
Thoracic aortic aneurysms

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