• Publications
  • Influence
Central Venous Access Ports Placed by Interventional Radiologists: Experience with 125 Consecutive Patients
AbstractPurpose: To assess safety and function of central venous port systems implanted percutaneously in the interventional radiology suite. Methods: One hundred and twenty-five consecutive portsExpand
  • 112
  • 6
Current practice of temporary vena cava filter insertion: a multicenter registry.
PURPOSE To evaluate the current practice of temporary vena cava filter placement and its complications. MATERIALS AND METHODS A multicenter registry was conducted from May 1995 until May 1997 usingExpand
  • 149
  • 4
MR‐guided placement of a temporary vena cava filter: Technique and feasibility
The purpose of this paper was to investigate the feasibility of MR‐guided insertion of a temporary vena cava filter on an open low‐field imager. In vivo procedures were performed on four anesthetizedExpand
  • 39
  • 4
Efficacy of Permanent and Retrievable Vena Cava Filters: Experimental Studies and Evaluation of a New Device
Purpose: To evaluate the efficacy of vena cava filters and to compare them with the new TrapEase filter. Methods: Thrombus capture rates of 10 permanent and retrievable vena cava filters were testedExpand
  • 28
  • 2
A new concept for a realtime feedback system in angioplasty with a flashlamp pumped dye laser
The feasibility of using a pulsed dye laser in angioplasty for detection and disintegration of calcified plaques was studied in vitro. A flashlamp—pumped dye laser (495 nm, 2 μs) was used as theExpand
  • 11
  • 1
[The angiography of kidney transplant arteries using carbon dioxide].
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE After renal transplantation hypertension occurs in 60-80% of patients, in 3-23% of them due to renal artery stenosis in the transplanted kidney. Angiographic assessment ofExpand
  • 3
  • 1
[First experiences with temporary vena cava filters].
AIM For prophylactic measures we used 3 different temporarily insertable vena cava filters. MATERIAL AND METHODS In 49 patients we inserted 12 Cook-filters (6 transjugular, 6 transfemoral), 11Expand
  • 4
  • 1
[Normal variation of arterial liver supply in mesenterico-celiacography].
Progress in operative techniques in surgery of the upper abdomen necessitates extensive preoperative diagnostic studies. Mesenterico-coeliacography along with CAT-SCAN form the basis for effectiveExpand
  • 4
  • 1
Insufficient hemodialysis access fistulas: 18 months' experience in laser-supported dilation.
Patients with end-stage renal failure disease frequently develop venous stenoses or occlusions in their hemodialysis access fistulas caused by intimal fibrosis. A complete dilation with high pressureExpand
  • 1
  • 1
Clinical experience with temporary vena caval filters.
PURPOSE To look at the benefits and complications of different vena caval filters inserted prophylactically. Three temporarily implantable caval filter systems were used in 67 patients. MATERIALSExpand
  • 36