Patients with lower limb arterial disease have a high risk for complications related with surgical wounds. The endoscopic extraction of the great saphenous vein (GSV) is a less invasive alternative to the conventional surgical extraction.
A clinical and ultrasonographic follow-up was carried out on the lower limb bypass with GSV… (More)
Intraluminal aortic malignant masses are extremely rare. Clinical symptoms of these tumors include locally occlusive aortic disease, peripheral emboli, or mesenteric emboli. Eventually, general symptoms, such as fatigue, weight loss, or fever, will occur. Nevertheless, the diagnosis is most often made after surgery or autopsy, when histologic data can be… (More)