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The current issue of Vascular Rounds presents a collection of six unusual vascular vignettes that are not directly related to atherosclerotic disease, often misconstrued as the only underlying pathology that affects our blood vessels. We have listened to some of your comments requesting more case presentations, especially those that are somewhat obscure and controversial and go beyond the usual menu of vascular topics. We hope you will be interested in this format that we intend to provide once a year to add to the usual write-ups about new therapies and devices for the treatment of more common vascular problems.
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Drs. Makaroun, Hager, Leers, Chaer, Eid, Avegerinos have reported no relevant relationships with any entities producing health care goods or services.
Dr. Singh has financial interests with the following any entity or entities producing health care goods or services as indicated below:
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