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Presentation and management of venous aneurysms.
- D. Gillespie, J. Villavicencio, +7 authors N. Rich
- Journal of vascular surgery
- 1 November 1997
PURPOSE Venous aneurysms have been reported to occur in most major veins. These aneurysms may be misdiagnosed as soft tissue masses or as inguinal or femoral hernias. Venous aneurysms of the deep… Expand
Preoperative clinical factors predict postoperative functional outcomes after major lower limb amputation: an analysis of 553 consecutive patients.
BACKGROUND Despite being a major determinant of functional independence, ambulation after major limb amputation has not been well studied. The purpose, therefore, of this study was to investigate the… Expand
Fibrin sealants in surgical practice: An overview.
- M. Jackson
- American journal of surgery
- 1 August 2001
The need to effectively manage hemostasis and tissue sealing during surgery has had a strong influence on the development of modern surgical techniques. A group of agents known as surgical tissue… Expand
A comparison of covered vs bare expandable stents for the treatment of aortoiliac occlusive disease.
OBJECTIVE This trial was conducted to determine if covered stents offer a patency advantage over bare-metal stents in the treatment of aortoiliac arterial occlusive disease. METHODS The Covered… Expand
Venous morbidity after superficial femoral-popliteal vein harvest.
PURPOSE The superficial femoral-popliteal vein (SFPV) is a reliable conduit for aortoiliac, infrainguinal, and venous reconstructions. In this prospective study, we characterized the anatomic and… Expand
Multifidus EMG and Tension–Relaxation Recovery After Prolonged Static Lumbar Flexion
Study Design. The electromyogram (EMG) from the in vivo feline L1 to the L7 multifidus was recorded during the application of a 20-minute static lumbar flexion and after 7 hours of rest. Objective.… Expand
Antithrombotic therapy in peripheral arterial occlusive disease: the Seventh ACCP Conference on Antithrombotic and Thrombolytic Therapy.
This chapter about antithrombotic therapy for peripheral arterial occlusive disease is part of the seventh ACCP Conference on Antithrombotic and Thrombolytic Therapy: Evidence Based Guidelines. Grade… Expand
The progressive nature of peripheral arterial disease in young adults: a prospective analysis of white men referred to a vascular surgery service.
- R. J. Valentine, M. Jackson, J. G. Modrall, K. McIntyre, G. Clagett
- Journal of vascular surgery
- 1 September 1999
OBJECTIVE The onset of symptomatic peripheral arterial disease at a young age (premature PAD) has been associated with rapid progression, bypass graft failure, and amputation. This study was… Expand
Five-year survival following oesophageal cancer resection: Psychosocial functioning and quality of life
Oesophageal cancer produces debilitating symptoms such as dysphagia, reflux and fatigue. In addition the prognosis is poor with five-year survival following resection estimated at 15%. It is… Expand
Abdominal vascular trauma: a review of 106 injuries.
- M. Jackson, D. W. Olson, W. Beckett, S. B. Olsen, F. M. Robertson
- The American surgeon
- 1 October 1992
A retrospective analysis of acute abdominal vascular injuries was performed to review outcome variables and treatment principles. The authors review their most recent 5-year experience with 106 major… Expand