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A Field Guide to Radiation Safety Terminology

Robert G. Dixon, MD, FSIR, and Kent M. Ogden, PhD, DABR

August 2016—An overview of key radiation dosimetric quantities and terms.

Renal Cell Carcinoma

Brian T. Welch, MD; Thomas D. Atwell, MD; and Grant D. Schmit, MD

October 2015—Fry, freeze, electrocute, or…?

Renal Denervation: What Is on the Horizon?

Krishna Rocha-Singh, MD; Farrell O. Mendelsohn, MD; and Ajay J. Kirtane, MD, SM, FACC, FSCAI

June 2015—A look at the background of renal denervation studies and the future directions of this therapy for patients with hypertension.

Searching for Answers in the Renal and Visceral Space

Barry Katzen, MD, and Marc Sapoval, MD, PhD

August 2014—With the enthusiasm, as well as recent setbacks, generated by renal denervation and other forms of sympathetic modulation to treat patients with resistant hypertension, there …

The Resistant Hypertension Quandary

Graham D. Cole, MA, MRCP; James P. Howard, MA, MRCP; and Darrel P. Francis, MD, MA, FRCP

August 2014—A current look at what is known, key questions we should be asking, and some possible paths forward in research and practice.

Hypertension Headlines in 2020

With Ajay J. Kirtane, MD, SM, FACC, FSCAI; Farrell O. Mendelsohn, MD; Melvin D. Lobo, MBChB, PhD, FRCP; Barry T. Katzen, MD; Marc Sapoval, MD, PhD; and Horst Sievert, MD

August 2014—What will the top mechanical therapy for hypertension stories coming out of major meetings in 2020 read? Endovascular Today sought prognostication from hypertension experts about therapeutic options in the coming years.

Packing Density Considerations for True Visceral Aneurysms

Keigo Osuga, MD, PhD, and Taku Yasumoto, MD, PhD

August 2014—Case reports demonstrating techniques to ensure adequate aneurysm packing.

Visceral Aneurysms: When to Watch, When to Intervene

With Pierre Goffette, MD

August 2014—An interview with Pierre Goffette, MD, on understanding the thresholds and treatment options for various types of visceral artery aneurysms.



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