January 2010

 

In this Issue

Perspectives on EVAR

Leading aortic interventionists discuss the progress and potential of endovascular abdominal aortic aneurysm repair.

Issue

Supplement

CHIEF MEDICAL EDITOR’S PAGE

Perspectives on EVAR

CHALLENGING CASES

Endovascular SA and IMA Repair After Iatrogenic Injury

A case report of simultaneous inadvertent injury to both the subclavian and internal mammary arteries treated with endovascular techniques.

By Saher S. Sabri, MD; Ulku C. Turba, MD; and John F. Angle, MD

VESSEL UPDATE

Visceral Ischemia

Underdiagnosed or a lot of hot air?

By Gustavo S. Oderich, MD

Cover Story

A Clinical Look at EVAR

W. Anthony Lee, MD, principal investigator of EVAR trials past and present, believes that control, accuracy, and reliability are the three key features that separate a great device from a good device.

Multispecialty EVAR Intervention

Interventional radiologist Barry T. Katzen, MD, FACC, FACR, FSIR, explains his role in the early development of endograft procedures and shares his perspective on device development and the value of live-case meetings.

Imaging Advancements and Screening Initiatives

Bart Muhs, MD, PhD, discusses his experience with various imaging modalities, as well as the vital role of AAA screening.

EVAR Takes Root in Japan

Takao Ohki, MD, PhD, provides an overview of EVAR’s emergence in Japan, including progress of the procedure to date and the advantages and disadvantages of the country’s unique regulatory restrictions.

Early Access to Next-Generation EVAR Technologies

Hence J.M. Verhagen, MD, PhD, talks about the advantages to early adoption of new devices, his follow-up protocols, and his current clinical trial efforts.

EVAR Versus Open Repair for rAAA

Frank J. Veith, MD, discusses recent data that reveal the benefits of EVAR over open repair in ruptured aneurysm patients.

EVAR: Raising the Bar

Roy K. Greenberg, MD, explains how endovascular aneurysm repair procedures continue to progress, enabling the treatment of more patients and challenging anatomies.

EVAR: A Perspective From Across the Pond

Roger Greenhalgh, MD, discusses endovascular practice in the United Kingdom and the bearing that upcoming trial results will have on the future of EVAR.

The Continued Rise of EVAR

Zvonimir Krajcer, MD, discusses the growing popularity of this procedure and offers advice to those interested in adding it to their practice.

Evaluating New EVAR Device Technology

Andrew Holden, MBChB, FRANZCR, provides his unique perspective on EVAR and a look at his latest trial experiences with new technologies.

Interventional Radiology and EVAR

Corey Teigen, MD, explains how the marriage of these two fields combines to provide excellent patient care.

An Interview With Jafar Golzarian, MD

Dr. Golzarian discusses the role of embolization in interventional radiology and what we can expect from the 2010 GEST meeting.

 

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