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The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61(3)

EDITORIAL  LIMITED VERSUS EXTENDED REPAIR FOR ACUTE TYPE A DISSECTION

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61(3):265-7

Time for synchronizing international efforts to jointly develop a consensus and strategy for treatment variations in acute type A aortic dissection

Heinz JAKOB *

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REVIEW  LIMITED VERSUS EXTENDED REPAIR FOR ACUTE TYPE A DISSECTION

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61(3):268-71

Current status in decision making to treat acute type A dissection: limited versus extended repair

Mohamad BASHIR *, Amer HARKY

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REVIEW  LIMITED VERSUS EXTENDED REPAIR FOR ACUTE TYPE A DISSECTION

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61(3):272-7

Current status in decision making to treat acute type A dissection: limited versus extended repair. The Bologna approach

Alessandro LEONE *, Giacomo MURANA, Luca DI MARCO, Giuditta COPPOLA, Marianna BERARDI, Ciro AMODIO, Luca BOTTA, Davide PACINI

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REVIEW  LIMITED VERSUS EXTENDED REPAIR FOR ACUTE TYPE A DISSECTION

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61(3):278-84

Limited repair with tear-oriented approach for type A aortic dissection

Akiko TANAKA, Vahram ORNEKIAN, Anthony L. ESTRERA *

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REVIEW  LIMITED VERSUS EXTENDED REPAIR FOR ACUTE TYPE A DISSECTION

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61(3):285-91

Current status in decision making to treat acute type A dissection: limited versus extended repair

Bashi V. VELAYUDHAN, Mohammed IDHREES *, George MATALANIS, Kay-Hyun PARK, David TANG, Pierre M. SFEIR, Saeid HOSSEINI, Mohamad BASHIR

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE  LIMITED VERSUS EXTENDED REPAIR FOR ACUTE TYPE A DISSECTION

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61(3):292-300

Extended repair for acute type A aortic dissection: long-term outcomes of the frozen elephant trunk technique beyond 10 years

Wei-Guo MA, Yu CHEN, Wei ZHANG, Qing LI, Jian-Rong LI, Jun ZHENG, Yong-Min LIU, Jun-Ming ZHU *, Li-Zhong SUN

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE  LIMITED VERSUS EXTENDED REPAIR FOR ACUTE TYPE A DISSECTION

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61(3):301-7

Frozen elephant trunk with straight vascular prosthesis: single-center experience with a review of current trends

Heinz JAKOB *, Saad MOUGHAL, Mohamad BASHIR

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REVIEW  VASCULAR SECTION

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61(3):308-16

Type IIIb endoleak after elective endovascular aneurysm repair: a systematic review

Christopher LOWE *, Vivak HANSRANI, Manmohan MADAN, George A. ANTONIOU

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE  VASCULAR SECTION

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61(3):317-22

Post-EVAR aneurysm sac shrinkage is prognostically favorable, but does not justify withholding follow-up

Jasper C. LANGENBERG *, Joost ROIJERS, Gwan H. HO, Eelco J. VEEN, Douwe VOS, Thijs BUIMER, Hans G. DE GROOT, Lyckle van der LAAN

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE  VASCULAR SECTION

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61(3):323-31

Risk factors predictive of unfavorable distal aortic remodeling after surgical repair of type A thoracic aortic dissection

Robert RHEE *, Aashish GUPTA, Suttatip VECHVITVARAKUL, Mohammed HOQUE, Maryanne RUGGIERO, Michael SHIH, Benjamin YOUDELMAN, Jefferson DRAPKIN, Max SHIN, Theresa JACOB

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE  VASCULAR SECTION

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61(3):332-9

Laparoscopic aortobifemoral bypass in a USA academic center

Jonathan BATH, Maham RAHIMI, Jose O. LEITE, Willythssa PIERRE-LOUIS, Joseph S. GIGLIA *

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE  VASCULAR SECTION

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61(3):340-6

Management strategies for true and dissecting visceral artery aneurysms

Paula R. KESCHENAU, Nikitas KAISARIS, Houman JALAIE, Jochen GROMMES, Drosos KOTELIS, Johannes KALDER, Michael J. JACOBS *

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CASE REPORT  VASCULAR SECTION

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61 (3):347-50

Initial experience with a novel hybrid vascular graft for peripheral artery disease

Willem WILLAERT *, Karel CLAES, Albert FLAMME, Bart JACOBS

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REVIEW  CARDIAC SECTION

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61(3):351-5

Meta-analysis of day-of-week variation of acute aortic rupture or dissection

Hisato TAKAGI *, Tomo ANDO, Shohei MITTA, Takuya UMEMOTO, on behalf of the All-Literature Investigation of Cardiovascular Evidence (ALICE) Group

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE  CARDIAC SECTION

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61(3):356-68

Blood flow assessment by transit time flow measurement and its prognostic impact in coronary bypass surgery

Lars NICLAUSS *, Pier-Giorgio MASCI, Anna G. PAVON, David RODRIGUES, Juerg SCHWITTER

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE  CARDIAC SECTION

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61(3):369-75

The convergent procedure: a hybrid approach for long lasting persistent atrial fibrillation ablation

Konstantinos ZANNIS *, Wissam ALAM, Frederic A. SEBAG, Thierry FOLLIGUET, Clement BARS, Miche FAHED, Julien TERNACLE, Eric BERGOEND, David HAMON, Nicolas LELLOUCHE

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE  CARDIAC SECTION

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61(3):376-9

Implantability of a novel, pre-assembled aortic valved conduit with RESILIA™ tissue

Bruno K. PODESSER *, Ruggero DE PAULIS

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2020 June;61(3):380-1

Optimal duration of dual antiplatelet therapy following PTA of the superficial femoral artery: the DAPT-SFA protocol

Enrico M. MARONE *, Luigi F. RINALDI, Simona CHIERICO, Giulia MARAZZI, Piernicola PALMIERI, Maurizio LOVOTTI, Catherine KLERSY

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