April 2011


In this Issue

Aortoiliac Interventions

Clinical strategies and practical applications of current techniques.


Chief Medical Editor's Page

By John R. Laird, MD


Techniques for Crossing Iliac and Aortoiliac CTOs

Using access strategies and reentry devices for successful intervention.

By Dierk Scheinert, MD, and Andrej Schmidt, MD

Technical Tips and Imaging in Aortoiliac Intervention

Considerations in selecting noninvasive imaging modalities for use in treating peripheral arterial disease.

By José M. Wiley, MD; Prakash Krishnan, MD; Elias Sanidas, MD; Jason C. Kovacic, MD, PhD; and George Dangas, MD, PhD

Covered Stents for Treating Aortoiliac Occlusive Disease

The use of covered stents as a novel technique for preventing and treating restenosis in the iliac arteries

By Andrew T. Kwa, MD; David L. Dawson, MD; and John R. Laird, MD

Iliac Artery Thrombolysis Techniques

Amir Motarjeme, MD, discusses the indications and devices for thrombolytic therapy.

Embolic Balloon Capture Angioplasty

By Akhilesh K. Jain, MD; Aravinda Nanjundappa, MD, RVT, MBA; Albier Mousa, MD; Robert S. Dieter, MD, RVT; and John R. Laird, MD

Managing Recurrent Aortoiliac Occlusive Disease

By Keith Jones, MD, and Ross Milner, MD

Total Iliofemoral Arterial Occlusion Treated With a Hybrid Technique

By Nabeel R. Rana, MD; Jennifer L. Ash, MD; and Syed M. Hussain, MD


The Zenith Graft With an Inverted Contralateral Limb

Using a custom-made stent graft in challenging anatomy.

By Bibombe P. Mwipatayi, MMed (Surg), FCS (SA), FRACS; Roshan Nair, MBBS; Shannon Thomas, BSc, MBBS; and Vikram Vijayan, MRCS, FRCS

Varicose Veins

Setting Patient Expectations for Venous Disease Treatment

Establishing realistic expectations is the first step toward satisfied patients and favorable outcomes.

By Steve Elias, MD, FACS, FACPh

Nonthermal Ablation for the Treatment of Varicose Veins

The evolving minimally invasive methods for saphenous vein ablation.

By Jose I. Almeida, MD, FACS, RPVI, RVT



A preview of today’s new products

An Interview with Jacques Busquet, MD

The president of ISES explains the society’s impact on the worldwide endovascular community and the current state of this specialty in France.


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