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Rivista di Angiologia

Official Journal of the International Union of Angiology, the International Union of Phlebology and the Central European Vascular Forum
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ISSN 0392-9590

Online ISSN 1827-1839



International Angiology 2014 October;33(5)


International Angiology 2014 October;33(5):407-18

Quality of live as measured by the CIVQ 20. Questionnaire following oral mesoglycan treatment of patients with chronic venous disease

Allegra C., Antignani P. L.


International Angiology 2014 October;33(5):419-25

Prognosis of arterial aneurysm after surgery in patients with Behçet’s disease

Hosaka A., Miyata T., Hoshina K., Okamoto H., Shigematsu K., Oshima A.


International Angiology 2014 October;33(5):426-33

Usefulness of the Bollinger scoring method in evaluating peripheral artery angiography with 64-low computed tomography in patients with peripheral arterial disease

Akai T., Yamamoto K., Okamoto H., Shigematsu K., Otsu H., Watanabe T., Miyata T.


International Angiology 2014 October;33(5):434-40

Polymorphisms +45T>G and +276G>T of the adiponectin gene does not affect plasma adiponectin level and carotid intima-media thickness in patients with diabetes mellitus type 2

Nikolajević-Starčević J., Pleskovič A., Šantl Letonja M., Jenko Pražnikar Z., Petrovič D.


International Angiology 2014 October;33(5):441-5

CUSUM analysis of brachial artery access for peripheral endovascular interventions

Calsina Juscafresa L., Llort Pont C., Clará Velasco A.


International Angiology 2014 October;33(5):446-54

Regional intensity of neurosurgical care and integration of aneurysm coiling in the United States

Bekelis K., Missios S., Labropoulos N.


International Angiology 2014 October;33(5):455-60

A decreased serum omentin-1 level may be an independent risk factor for peripheral arterial disease

Onur I., Oz F., Yildiz S., Kuplay H., Yucel C., Sigirci S., Elitok A., Pilten S., Kasali K., Yasar Cizgici A., Erentug V., Dinckal H. M.


International Angiology 2014 October;33(5):461-5

Coexistence of low ankle-brachial index and intra-cranial atherosclerosis?

Li Z., Liu J.


International Angiology 2014 October;33(5):466-73

Juxtarenal aortic aneurysm with hostile neck anatomy: midterm results of minilaparotomy versus f-EVAR

Barillà D., Sobocinski J., Stilo F., Maurel B., Spinelli F., Haulon S.


International Angiology 2014 October;33(5):474-9

No benefit of screening for abdominal aortic aneurysm among 70- instead of 65-year-old men

Hager J., Länne T., Carlsson P., Lundgren F.


International Angiology 2014 October;33(5):480-4

Computational estimation of the influence of the main body-to-iliac limb length ratio on the displacement forces acting on an aortic endograft. Theoretical application to Bolton Treovance® Abdominal Stent-Graft

Georgakarakos E., Xenakis A., Georgiadis G. S., Argyriou C., Manopoulos C., Tsangaris S., Lazarides M. K.


International Angiology 2014 October;33(5):485-93

Impact of hormonal contraception on prothrombotic activity in vessels

Gacka M., Adamiec R.


International Angiology 2014 October;33(5):494-6

Multidisciplinary care as a holistic approach to the management of vascular disease

Antoniou G. A., Georgakarakos E. I., Antoniou S. A., Georgiadis G. S.


International Angiology 2014 October;33(5):497-8

Asterios Katsamouris. Professor of Vascular Surgery “Aristotle” University of Thessaloniki, Greece - 1947-2014

Giannoukas A., Tsolakis I.

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