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Stenting of an Occlusive Femoral Artery Plaque Embolus

George Gordon Hartnell, FRCR, FACC

November 2006—A case report detailing the treatment of an uncommon complication.

Applying What We Know About Stent Fractures

David E. Allie, MD

November 2006—A summary of our clinical experience observing the incidence and impact of stent fractures.

Are Stent Fractures Significant?

Gary M. Ansel, MD

November 2006—Before condemning–or even categorizing–the technology as a whole, we need to pinpoint the true factors that impact outcome.

Embolic Protection in Femoropopliteal Artery Intervention

Hank J. Freeman, MD, and John H. Rundback, MD

October 2006—What devices are available and when is it necessary?

A Review of Endovascular Options for Critical Limb Ischemia

Takao Ohki, MD, PhD

September 2006—The advantages and disadvantages of the latest advances in percutaneous intervention.

Complex Chronic Total Occlusion Treatment Using a Re-Entry Catheter

Tony S. Das, MD

September 2006—A creative approach utilizing retrograde re-entry from the popliteal artery to the proximal SFA.

A Different Approach

Robert M. Bersin, MD

September 2006—Employing a bidirectional technique for treating an iliac CTO.

SFA Revascularization Using the Viabahn Endoprosthesis

Richard D. Coats, MD; John G. Adams, Jr, MD; and Paul W. Humphrey, MD

September 2006—Technical considerations from a challenging case.



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