John H Rundback

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T he existence of atherosclerosis has been recognized for Ͼ500 years; as a pathological condition, it has been recognized for Ͼ150 years. Understanding of atherosclerotic vascular disease (AVD) has evolved most dramatically over the past 25 years with the growth of the field of vascular biology. 1 Numerous studies have described this disease as a diffuse(More)
Although the treatment of atherosclerotic renal artery stenosis with use of percutaneous angioplasty, stent placement, and surgical revascularization has gained widespread use, there exist few prospective randomized controlled trials (RCTs) comparing these techniques to each other or against the standard of medical management alone. To facilitate this(More)
P ercutaneous intervention for peripheral artery disease has evolved from balloon angioplasty for simple focal lesions to multimodality techniques that enable treatment of severe arterial insufficiency. This technological expansion comes without a standard approach or algorithm, which makes the decision-making process more subjective than objective.(More)
Anastomotic pseudoaneurysms are common entities following vascular bypass procedures and, if left untreated, serious complications such as thromboses, infection, and rupture can frequently occur. Therefore, attempts to employ various methods of repair have been utilized in treating anastomotic pseudoaneurysms to maximize operational success and future risk(More)
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