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Renal Vein Access

Seng H. Ong, MD, and Ramon G. Halum, MD

February 2005—Percutaneous transrenal placement of a tunneled dialysis catheter is feasible in some patients who have exhausted their traditional venous access sites.

Percutaneous Removal of a Misplaced “Permanent” LGM Vena Tech Filter

Eyal Barzel, MD, and James McGuckin, MD

May 2005—An incorrectly placed filter is retrieved before it migrates to the heart.

The Argument for Long-Term Retrievability

H. Bob Smouse, MD

August 2005—There have been significant therapeutic advances in the treatment of venous thromboembolism and pulmonary embolus since it was first described by Laennec in 1819.1 Anticoagula…

Long-Term Data on Today’s Filters are Needed

Andy C. Chiou, MD

August 2005—Pulmonary embolism (PE) as a result of deep venous thromboembolism (DVT) is a known and sometimes preventable cause of patient morbidity and mortality. The incidence of PE in …

Building Your DVT Practice

October 2005—An overview of the history, current state, and future applications of this promising training tool.

Preoperative Portal Vein Embolization

David C. Madoff, MD

November 2005—A method to improve the safety of major hepatic resection.

Malignancy-Related SVC Syndrome

Robert L. Hynecek, MD; Brian G. DeRubertis, MD; Rabih A. Chaer, MD;K. Craig Kent, MD; and Peter L. Faries, MD

November 2005—Endovascular treatment of this patient population has been shown to be effective.

Embolotherapy of Peripheral Arteriovenous Malformations

Wei Zhou, MD; Peter H. Lin, MD; Andres Eraso, MD; and Alan B. Lumsden, MD

November 2005—Advances in embolic agents and microcatheter techniques have allowed more successful treatment of this uncommon clinical entity.

 

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