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Vascular surgery and medicine focuses on diagnosis, treatment and comprehensive care of patients with diseases of the arterial, venous and lymphatic systems. The specialty evolved from general and cardiac surgery as well as minimally invasive techniques pioneered by interventional radiology.

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2020-07-31 Research Article

Clinical characteristics in STEMI-like aortic dissection versus STEMI-like pulmonary embolism

Oscar MP Jolobe*

Abstract

Dissecting aortic aneurysm with ST segment elevation, and pulmonary embolism with ST segment elevation are two of a number of clinical entities which can simulate ST segment elevation myocardial infarction.

Objective: The purpose of this review is t...

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2020-04-16 Research Article

Atypical manifestations of pulmonary embolism

Oscar MP Jolobe*

Abstract

Pulmonary embolism (PE) is an age-related disorder which is potentially fatal, but frequently misdiagnosed. However, the true prevalence of pulmonary embolism is unknown. Inaccurate estimates of PE prevalence might, in part, be attributable to underrecognition of atypical pre...

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2020-04-13 Review Article

Foam Sclerotherapy versus surgery in treatment of chronic venous disease

Fatih Islamoglu*

Abstract

Although the classical surgical treatment methods of chronic venous insufficiency are successful to relieve perfectly the cause (reflux) and result (varicose veins), the new ablation techniques such as endogenous laser ablation therapy (EVLT), radiofrequency (RF) and foam abl...

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2020-04-07 Opinion

PR and QT intervals short on the same electrocardiogram

Francisco R Breijo-Márquez*

In 2007, Professor Breijo-Márquez described an electrocardiographic pattern, consisting of the presence of a short PR interval (or PQ) together with a short QT interval in the same individual. It was published with the headline “Decrease in cardiac electrical systole” in Intern...

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2019-07-27 Case Report

A fatal portal vein thrombosis: A case report

M Kechida*, W Ben Yahia and W Mnari

Abstract

Background: Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH) is a rare acquired hematologic condition which could be revealed by deep venous thrombosis. It could be fatal unless correctly treated.

Case report: We report here the case of a ...

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2019-06-07 Research Article

Transcatheter embolization of congenital vascular malformations, single center experience

Mohammed Habib* and Majed Alshounat

Abstract

Background: Congenital Vascular malformation relatively rare and extremely varied clinical presentations. The purpose of our study was to present our initial experience of embolization in a series of 26 patients with congenital vascular malformation to assess...

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2018-12-28 Opinion

Navigation in the land of Scarcity

Awad Magbri* and Mariam El-Magbri

Opinion

Delivering health care is a complex task that marginalized a portion of the population intentionally or unintentionally. Discrepancy in health care providing to the intended patients is sometimes accompanied by unintended collateral damage to the bystanders who desperately nee...

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2018-12-27 Mini Review

Severe aorto-iliac occlusive disease: Options beyond standard aortobifemoral bypass

Konstantinos Filis*, Constantinos Zarmakoupis, Fragiska Sigala and George Galyfos

Mini Review

According to recent guidelines, endovascular angioplasty is the standard treatment for TASC A and B primary aorto-iliac occlusive (AIOD) disease, and the first-line approach for TASC C lesions [1,2].Extended TASC D occlusive disease is usually treated by open surgery yield...

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2018-09-11 Review Article

Anesthetic considerations for endovascular repair of ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms

KH Kevin Luk* and Koichiro Nandate

Abstract

Ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm (rAAA) carries high morbidity and mortality. Advances in endovascular techniques in the last two decades allow for minimally invasive approach for repair of these aneurysms. A succinct but comprehensive pre-operative is essential for deliver...

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2018-07-03 Case Report

Cystic adventitial disease of the external iliac artery with disabling claudication: A case report and short review

Nalaka Gunawansa*

Abstract

Chronic occlusive arterial disease of the periphery is primarily caused by atherosclerotic disease. In young patients with no identifi able risk factors for atherosclerosis, who present with symptoms of claudication or critical ischemia, other rare causes need to be suspected...

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