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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.

Regulation of Peripheral Vascular Devices

Angela C. Smith and Dorothy B. Abel

November 2005—Current issues in the regulation of IVC filters.

Inferior Vena Cava Filter Retrieval

Thuong G. Van Ha, MD

July 2009—Tips on the best methods for retrieving an IVC filter.

Simplified IVUS Technique for IVCF Placement

David Rosenthal, MD; Walaya C. Methodius-Rayford, MD; Allison B. Burkett, MD; Max H. White, BSC; Eric D. Wellons, MD; and Paul Kochupura, MD

July 2009—How to place an inferior vena cava filter at the ICU bedside.

Stent Placement After DVT Thrombolysis/Mechanical Thrombectomy

David Gillespie, MD; Marcia Johansson, RN, MS; and Carolyn Glass, MD

July 2009—Which patients should be stented and which should not?


Suresh Vedantham, MD

July 2009—An update on the future of DVT therapy.

Diagnosis and Endovascular Management of PVI

Carl M. Black, MD; Kelly Thorpe, NP; and Ryan Nielsen, MD

July 2009—Pelvic venous insufficiency remains an underdiagnosed but treatable cause of chronic pelvic pain.




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