Mar 2003, Wiley-Blackwell
Emergency reconstruction of the ICA.
Blunt trauma of the internal carotid arteries.
Stab wounds at the base of the neck.
Section 2: Aorta.
Acute occlusion of the abdominal aorta.
Rupture of AAA. Why is mortality the same since 30 years?
AAA: should endovascular treatment be the first choice?
Urgent open surgery after endovascular AAA repair.
Type B dissection: indications and strategies.
Aortic type B dissection: endovascular treatment. Techniques and results.
Acute complications following coelioscopic surgery.
Traumatic rupture of the thoracic aorta.
Section 3: Upper Limbs.
Acute ischemia of the upper limb.
Acute complications of the AV fistula for hemodialysis.
Section 4: Lower Limbs.
Arterial emboli of the lower limbs.
Acute arterial thrombosis of the lower limbs. Mechanisms, diagnosis and treatment.
Acute thrombosis of peripheral arterial aneurysms. Rare causes of acute ischemia of the limbs.
Acute problems of the diabetic foot.
Endovascular treatment of arterial blunt injury of the limbs.
Endovascular approach of acute arterial occlusions.
Section 5: Veins.
Acute thrombosis of iliocaval veins.
Acute thrombosis of axillary and subclavian veins.
Acute treatment of aortocaval fistula.
Traumatic injury of the vena cava and its major branches.
Section 6: Miscellaneous.
Acute occlusion of the renal arteries.
Acute intestinal ischemia.
Gunshot arterial injury.
Abdominal compartment syndrome.
Rupture of visceral artery aneurysms.
Thrombolysis for occlusion of bypass grafts.
Bioethical concerns of vascular emergencies.