A History of Vascular Surgery, 2nd Edition
April 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
Like the first edition, this new edition of A History of Vascular Surgery paints engaging portraits of the surgeons and scientists whose ideas and practices underlie, and continue to influence, vascular surgery as we know it today. Written for the practitioner and student alike, the second edition provides an in-depth, accessible history of this rapidly changing field.
Part I. Origins.
1. Vascular Surgeons of Antiquity.
2. Early Vascular Repairs and Anastamoses.
Part II. The English Are Coming.
3. William Hunter.
4. John Hunter.
5. Astley Cooper.
Part III. Divisions of Vascular Surgery.
6. Development of the Venous Autograft.
7. Evolution of Aortic Surgery.
8. Operation on the Carotid Artery.
Part IV. Yankee Ingenuity.
9. Valentine Mott.
10. Rudolph Matas.
11. The Arterial Prosthesis: Arthur Voorhees.
Part V. More Divisions.
12. Contributions From The Battlefield.
13. Venous Surgery.
14. Extra-anatomic Bypass.
Part VI. The French Connection.
15. Mathieu Jabolay.
16. Eugène Villard.
17. Alexis Carrel.
18. Rene Leriche.
19. Jean Kunlin.
20. Charles Dubost.
21. Jacques Oudot.
Part VII. Endovascular Surgery.
22. Charles Dotter.
23. Thomas Fogarty.
- Engaging accounts of the individuals who shaped the field of vascular surgery
- Coverage of the latest developments, including endovascular procedures
- New chapters on the early history of vascular surgery