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Treating Varicoceles With Embolization

Steven J. Smith, MD, and Luke E. Sewall, MD

April 2009—Traditionally confined to the realm of urologists, varicoceles can now be treated less invasively, less expensively, more safely, and just as successfully with endovascular techniques.

Surgeon General's Call to Action to Prevent DVT and PE

Steven McChesney, News Chief

September 2008—The Venous Disease Coalition meeting launches new initiatives in research and awareness.

PE in DVT Roundtable

Peter A. Soukas, MD; Kwame Amankwah, MD, MSc, FACS; and Anthony Venbrux, MD

August 2008—A panel of experts discusses treatment options, pitfalls, and unanswered questions.

Oral Contraceptives and Deep Vein Thrombosis

Erin H. Murphy, MD; Charles M. Davis III, BS; and Frank R. Arko, MD

August 2008—Are oral contraceptives a risk factor for progression to DVT in patients with undiagnosed May-Thurner anatomy?

Treating the Small Saphenous Vein

Steve Elias, MD, FACS, FACPh; and Neil Khilnani, MD

August 2008—Anatomical considerations and techniques for treating the SSV and junctional tributaries.

DVT: The Patient's Perspective

Dan Janse

August 2008—When the senior peripheral marketing manager for a mechanical thrombectomy device manufacturer learned he had a deep vein thrombosis, he learned firsthand the frustrations of being a DVT patient.

Retrieval of a Wire Lost During Central Venous Catheter Replacement

Peter R. Bream, Jr, MD; Daithi S. Heffernan, MD, AFRCs; and Bassam Shukrallah, MD

May 2008—A case report using a new technique for wire retrieval and a review of the literature.

Do We Really Need a New Varicose Vein Technique?

Michel K. Barsoum, MB, ChB; Thom W. Rooke, MD; and Haraldur Bjarnason, MD

April 2008—A hybrid embolization technique involving occlusion coils and alcohol sclerosis.

 

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