Long-Term Results of Arterial Interventions
October 1997, Wiley-Blackwell
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In addition, it provides excellent long-term data on such less common procedures as internal carotid bypass, vertebral artery revascularization, adjunctive procedures to enhance the patency of infrainguinal prosthetic bypass, and percutaneous intentional extraluminal revascularization. Finally, this framework is reinforced by in-depth chapters on current non-interventional management, surveillance programs to enhance long-term patency, and the ultimate challenge for all practicing vascular surgeons - the management of infected aortic grafts.
Such clear, comprehensive, and current analysis should be of considerable and on-going value, both by helping vascular surgeons to make more effective decisions and to more knowledgeably discuss functional results, complication risks, life expectancy and surgical outcome issues with the patient and family.