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Scoring Angioplasty for Popliteal and Infrageniculate Stenosis

Erin H. Murphy, MD, and Frank R. Arko, MD

May 2008—A limb salvage case using a scoring balloon device.

Tackling Popliteal Artery Lesions

Subhash Banerjee, MD; Emmanouil S. Brilakis, MD, PhD; and Tony S. Das, MD

May 2008—Today's devices enable lesion-specific care tailored to each patient.

Surgical Indications for Popliteal Artery Disease

Robert S. Dieter, MD, RVT; Pranab Das, MD; Jeffrey H. Freihage, MD; Aravinda Nanjundappa, MD, RVT, FSCAI, FACC; John P. Pacanowski, Jr, MD; and Krishna Mannava, MD

May 2008—Disease processes and anatomies best suited for open surgery.

Long-Term Evaluation of Percutaneous Directional Atherectomy

November 2008—An interview with James F. McKinsey, MD, about the use of percutaneous directional atherectomy in 579 lesions in the treatment of lower extremity ischemia.

Excimer Laser as an Adjunct for Popliteal Aneurysms

Mark W. Moritz, MD, FACS, and Michael Ombrellino, MD, FACS

June 2007—A case report demonstrating the use of this novel technique.

Orbital Atherectomy for Infrapopliteal Occlusions

Rajesh M. Dave, MD, FACC, FSCAI

August 2007—A treatment option for critical limb ischemia.

Improving Infrapopliteal Balloon Angioplasty Results

Lanfroi Graziani, MD

August 2007—A new generation of long balloons for treating diabetics and nondiabetics.

Cryoplasty, Cutting Balloon, and AngioSculpt

Vinod Nair, MD, FACC, and Peter S. Fail, MD, FACC, FACP

August 2007—Novel technologies for endovascular management of infrapopliteal disease.




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