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The Unconquered Ordeal

Takao Ohki, MD, PhD, Chief Medical Editor, Endovascular Today

June 2005—Why does this vessel continue to elude long-term success, and which technique, if any, will ultimately solve this problem?

Remote SFA Disease: Facing Reality

Takao Ohki, MD, PhD, Chief Medical Editor, Endovascular Today

June 2005—Why does this vessel continue to elude long-term success, and which technique, if any, will ultimately solve this problem?

SFA Angioplasty Versus Femoropopliteal Bypass

Heather Y. Wolford, MD; Scott M. Surowiec, MD; and Mark G. Davies, MD, PhD

June 2005—What can we realistically expect?

Long Nitinol Stenting in the Femoropopliteal System

Frank J. Arena, MD, FACC, FSCAI

June 2005—Unintended consequences of nitinol stenting on endovascular treatment of the superficial femoral and popliteal arteries.

Biomechanical Forces in the Femoropopliteal Arterial Segment

H. Bob Smouse, MD; Alexander Nikanorov, MD, PhD; and Danielle LaFlash

June 2005—What happens during extremity movement and what is the effect on stenting?

Plaque Excision Treatment of Infrainguinal PAD

Roger Gammon, MD

June 2005—An update on this nonstenting alternative, with intermediate-term results of the ongoing TALON Registry.

Cryoplasty for Treating Femoropopliteal Occlusive Disease

Bret N. Wiechmann, MD, and Sandy E. Knight, RT(R)(CV), CCRC

June 2005—A single-center experience suggests that cryoplasty is effective first-line therapy and reduces target lesion revascularization.

Remote Endarterectomy Update

John D. Martin, MD

June 2005—An endovascular alternative to bypass?

 

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