Editor’s Update: VDM’s April 2013 Issue

The April issue of Vascular Disease Management will feature information about various endovascular techniques. A case report by Drs. Stauber, Arthur, and Baron will describe a case of percutaneous transluminal angioplasty and stenting in a patient with brachial artery dissection and stenosis. Drs. Kfoury, Kiernan, and Mukherjee describe a modified “trap door” approach in the case of a 46-year-old male with left arterial thoracic outlet syndrome and left subclavian artery aneurysm. Each month you can find a preview of the upcoming issue of VDM in the Editor’s Update. See the full listing of upcoming articles below.


Endovascular Management of Acute Limb Ischemia from Septic Emboli
Rajeev Mareddy, DO, Jon C. George, MD
Deborah Heart and Lung Center Browns Mills, New Jersey


Stenting for Brachial Artery Dissection and Stenosis
Bradley D. Stauber,1 Arvin Arthur,2 and Scott Baron2
1Oregon Health and Science University and 2San Juan Medical Center


Modified “Trap Door” Approach for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Complicated by Subclavian Artery Aneurysm
Elias Kfoury, MD, Paul D. Kiernan, MD, Dipankar Mukherjee, MD
Department of Surgery, Inova Fairfax Hospital, Fairfax, Virginia.


ESPRIT I Clinical Study 30-Day Results: An Interview with Johannes Lammer, MD
Johannes Lammer, MD
Vice chairman of the Department of Radiology, Medical University Vienna, Austria


ECMO in Hybrid Approaches to Pulmonary Embolism Therapy: An Interview with Kenneth Rosenfield, MD
Kenneth Rosenfield, MD
Head of the Section of Vascular Medicine and Intervention in the Division of Cardiology at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, USA * Articles are subject to change at the editor’s discretion.

Editor’s note: Articles are subject to change at the editor’s discretion.


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