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In-Stent Restenosis of the SFA

Soo Rhee, MD, and James F. McKinsey, MD

April 2007—Two case studies using a retrograde approach with a combination of different devices to treat recurrent lower-extremity ischemia.

Difficult Access for a CTO in the SFA

Tony S. Das, MD, FACC

April 2007—Alternative options for accessing and treating this challenging but common indication.

Nonstent Endovascular Treatment of SFA Occlusions

Robert S. Dieter, MD, RVT, and John R. Laird, Jr, MD

March 2006—High failure rates of balloon angioplasty and stent fracture suggest a need for nonstent alternatives.

Direct Tibial Artery Access: A New Approach to Challenging CTOs

Shaddy K. Younan, MD, and David E. Cohen, MD

March 2006—When conventional femoral access did not permit antegrade guidewire traversal, successful retrograde guidewire traversal was achieved in four cases using direct tibial artery puncture.

Stent Fracture Resistance of a Cobalt Chromium Stent

Mahmood K. Razavi, MD; Alexander Nikanorov, MD, PhD; H. Bob Smouse, MD; Hao-Ming Hsiao, PhD; and Michael D. Dake, MD

May 2006—Comparative studies are necessary to examine various devices' performance in the renal arteries.

Clinical Significance of Stent Fractures

Gary M. Ansel, MD

May 2006—Endovascular Today interviews Gary M. Ansel, MD

An Interview With Mark W. Mewissen, MD

Mark W. Mewissen, MD

July 2006—A renowned vascular radiologist shares his wisdom about the state of the practice, SFA stenting, and online education.

A Review of Endovascular Options for Critical Limb Ischemia

Takao Ohki, MD, PhD

September 2006—The advantages and disadvantages of the latest advances in percutaneous intervention.




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