Peripheral Vascular Disease for Cardiologists: A Clinical Approach
December 2003, Wiley-Blackwell
Peripheral Vascular Disease for Cardiologists will provide a practical, clinical framework rather than using the usual textbook format, hence fitting effectively within training programs in cardiology and internal medicine.
Chapter 1. Occlusive Peripheral Arterial Disease.
Chapter 2. Aneurysmal Disease.
Chapter 3. Aortic Dissection, Penetrating Atherosclerotic Aortic Ulcer, and Intramural Hematoma.
Chapter 4. Arteritis.
Chapter 5. Vasospastic Disorders.
Chapter 6. Venous Disorders.
Chapter 7. Leg Edema.
Chapter 8. Leg and Foot Ulcers.
Chapter 9. Vascular Clues to a Diagnosis.
Chapter 10. Some Uncommon Peripheral Vascular Disorders
Either Kim Eagle, Professor of Medicine and Chairman of Cardiology at the University of Michigan or Valentine Fuster, Professor of Medicine and Chairman of Cardiology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine will be writing the preface.
- fills a need for cardiovascular specialists who wish to broaden their knowledge base and clinical skills in recognition and management of common peripheral vascular disorders that occur in cardiovascular practice.
- ispresented in a practical, clinical framework rather than the usual textbook format.
- a detailed index is included in order to facilitate rapid retrieval of information.