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Carotid Artery Occlusive Therapy

Rodney A. White, MD

September 2005—A review of the history, the current state of treatment, and the issues surrounding regulation and reimbursement.

CAS Training Issues

Takao Ohki, MD, PhD

September 2005—Questions remain regarding device training and credentialing.

The Transatlantic Asymptomatic Carotid Intervention Trial

Barry T. Katzen, MD, for the tacit investigators*

September 2005—A first-of-its-kind trial looks at treating asymptomatic carotid patients.

CREST Achieves Major Milestone

Jamie Roberts, BSH, CCRP; Susan Hughes, BSN; MeeLee Tom, MS; Jason Avery, MPH; Alice Sheffet, PhD; Thomas G. Brott, MD; and Robert Hobson, MD

September 2005—An update of new data regarding asymptomatic participants.

The Asymptomatic Carotid Stenosis Trials

Endovascular Today Staff

September 2005—New data support intervention in asymptomatic patients, and a new trial of stenting versus surgery is planned.

Preoperative Embolization in Managing Carotid Body Tumors

Robert B. McLafferty, MD

November 2005—The advent of endovascular techniques and devices has led to this procedure becoming the standard of care for most patients prior to surgical resection.

Tomorrow’s Gold Standard?

November 2004—An Interview with Jay Yadav, MD

The Neurovascular Frontier

Lee R. Guterman, PhD, MD - Guest Chief Medical Editor

September 2009—Hemorrhagic and ischemic stroke affects 800,000 patients per year in the United States. Treatment of patients with acute ischemic stroke secondary to large-vessel occlusion re…



2017 Device Guide

This Device Guide offers a searchable, comprehensive listing of the available vascular interventional devices in the United States.


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