August 2018


In this Issue

The Challenging Cases Issue

Expert panels review a variety of presentations from stroke to CLI.



Guest Chief Medical Editor’s Page

The Challenging Cases Issue

By John A. Kaufman, MD


What Would You Do?

Carotid Occlusion With Middle Cerebral Artery Thrombus

Moderators: Adnan H. Siddiqui, MD, PhD; and Kunal Vakharia, MD;
Panel: Ansaar T. Rai, MD, MBA; and Aquilla S. Turk, DO

Residual Dissection and False Lumen Aneurysm After TEVAR

Moderator: Mark Farber, MD
Panel: Yazan Duwayri, MD; Matthew J. Eagleton, MD; William D. Jordan Jr, MD; Tilo Kölbel, MD, PhD; and Eric L.G. Verhoeven, MD, PhD

Suprarenal AAA With an Angulated Neck and Large Common Iliac Arteries

Moderator: Grace J. Wang, MD, FACS
Panel: Richard Cambria, MD; Tara M. Mastracci, MD, MSc, FRCSC, FACS, FRCS; and Bernardo C. Mendes, MD

Incidental Splenic Artery Aneurysm on CT Imaging

Moderator: Paul J. Rochon, MD, FSIR
Panel: Vishal Kumar, MD; Kumar Madassery, MD; and Waleska M. Pabon-Ramos, MD, MPH, FSIR

Uterine Fibroid Embolization in a Patient With Lupus and Previous VTE

Moderator: Kari J. Nelson, MD
Panel: Maureen P. Kohi, MD, FSIR; Andrew C. Picel, MD; and E. Brooke Spencer, MD, FSIR

Portal Vein Tumor Thrombus in the Presence of Locally Advanced Hepatocellular Carcinoma

Moderator: Sarah B. White, MD, MS, FSIR
Panel: Ricardo Garcia-Monaco, MD, PhD, FSIR; Boris Guiu, MD, PhD; and Yasuaki Arai, MD, FSIR, FCIRSE

Acute Thrombus of the Inferior Vena Cava Extending to the Femoral Veins

Moderators: Ido Weinberg, MD; and Robert M. Schainfeld, DO, FSVM, FSCAI
Panel: Annemarie E. Fogerty, MD; Robert M. Schainfeld, DO, FSVM, FSCAI; and Mitchell D. Weinberg, MD, MBA

Left Superficial Femoral Artery Occlusion in a Patient With an Aortobifemoral Graft

Moderator: Ehrin J. Armstrong, MD
Panel: Steve Henao, MD, FACC, FACS; Sahil A. Parikh, MD, FACC, FSCAI; and Saher Sabri, MD, FSIR

Unique Approach to CLI in a Recurrent Aortofemoral Limb Failure Patient

Moderator: Tony S. Das, MD, FACC
Panel: George L. Adams, MD, MHS, MBA; John H. Rundback, MD; and Miguel Montero-Baker, MD

Recurrent Pelvic-Derived Vulvar and Lower Extremity Varicose Veins

Moderator: Ronald S. Winokur, MD, RPVI
Panel: John Fritz Angle, MD, FSIR; Kathleen Gibson, MD, FACS; Michael Jolly, MD, FACC; and Raghu Kolluri, MS, MD, RVT, FSVM


Sponsored by VentureMed Group, Inc.

Transatlantic Perspectives on Vessel Preparation

Interventional experts from the United States and Europe discuss the current state of vessel prep and their experience with the FLEX Dynamic Scoring Catheter®.

Moderator: Richard Kovach, MD
Panel: Thomas Zeller, MD; Daniel Hayoz, MD; Miguel Montero-Baker, MD; and Nicolas Mouawad, MD
Sponsored by Inari Medical

Emerging Tools for Lytic-Free, Single-Session Treatment of Venous Thromboembolic Disease

The ClotTriever Outcomes (CLOUT) registry principal investigators share their current DVT practices and thoughts on the new study, and DVT and PE case reports are presented using the Inari Medical ClotTriever and FlowTriever Systems.

With Robert E. Beasley, MD, FSIR, FSCAI; William Marston, MD; Suman Annambhotla, MD; and Wissam A. Jaber, MD


Sponsored by Medtronic

Treatment Algorithm: How DCB Evidence Has Changed My Practice

With Marcus Treitl, MD, MBA, EBIR


An Interview With Linda Harris, MD, FACS

Past President of the Eastern Vascular Society discusses improving diversity in the field, updates in EVAR techniques and technology, and mentoring the next generation of vascular surgeons.


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