Martin A Fogle

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OBJECTIVES The increased use of central venous access primarily for hemodialysis has led to a significant increase in clinically relevant central venous occlusive disease (CVOD). The magnitude of and the optimal therapy for CVOD are not clearly established. The purpose of this study is to define the problem of CVOD and determine the success of percutaneous(More)
PURPOSE Traditional options for treating ischemic steal syndrome related to a functioning dialysis access graft or fistula include banding or ligation. Unfortunately, these techniques usually result in inconsistent limb salvage, loss of a functional access, or both. We report our experience with an alternative method of limb revascularization that(More)
Despite the recent popularity of the in situ saphenous vein graft for infrainguinal arterial reconstruction, considerable doubt exists as to whether this approach offers any real advantage over conventional reversed vein grafts. Therefore we have reviewed our experience with 675 infrainguinal vein grafts undertaken during the past 10 years. There have been(More)
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