In this issue of Vascular Rounds Fall 2018, Doctors Rabih Chaer, Mohammad H. Eslami, Eric Hager, Steven Leers, Michael Madigan, Kyle Markel, Ryan McEnaney, Michael Singh, Natalie Sridharan, Kevin Yang, Theodore H. Yuo discuss blunt traumatic innominate artery injuries in a Polytrauma patient, and provide an endovascular approach to treatment. The Doctors also describe how to manage venous outflow stenosis with open surgical techniques, and talk about chronic limb-threatening ischemia-infected gangrene.
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Release Date: 11/2/2018 | Last Modified On: 1/13/2020 | Expires: 12/16/2020