P G Borozan

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True tibial artery aneurysms are rare lesions. They may manifest themselves clinically either as a painful leg mass or as evidence of ischemic changes in the foot. Asymptomatic lesions may be found incidentally during arteriography. The need for surgical intervention should be individualized depending on the presentation; the type of surgical intervention(More)
Five impotent men underwent internal iliac artery revascularization in conjunction with end-to-side aortobifemoral bypass after preoperative testing suggested a vasculogenic cause for impotence. All patients had abnormal preoperative penile/brachial arterial pressure indices (mean, 0.42 +/- 0.12). Following operation, all patients regained erectile(More)
Between August 1978 and July 1983, 93 patients (71 with unilateral and 22 with bilateral isolated carotid siphon stenosis) were identified from a review of 885 consecutive cerebral arteriograms. This yielded 115 cerebral hemispheres at risk. At the time of arteriography, 93 hemispheres were asymptomatic regarding the hemisphere with siphon stenosis (group(More)
Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty (PTA) has provided an alternative method of treatment for occlusive disease of the lower extremities. However, the long-term durability of PTA compared with that of surgical reconstruction has not been adequately evaluated. This study was undertaken to assess the long-term hemodynamic results of PTA. Thirty-four(More)
Eighty-one patients suspected of having cerebrovascular disease had 157 carotid arterial systems studied by both duplex ultrasonography and contrast arteriography to better define the role of carotid duplex scanning in the surgical decision-making process. These studies were reviewed in a blinded fashion in conjunction with history and physical examination(More)
In 96 patients, 127 extremities were identified by duplex ultrasonography as having acute deep venous thrombosis. The majority of these patients were found to have factors that predisposed them to thrombi formation. Doppler examination correlated with the duplex results in 77 extremities (61 percent). Two factors were identified that led to discrepancies(More)
Palpation of the common femoral artery pulse has been the mainstay in the clinical assessment of the significance of aortoiliac disease for deciding whether to perform a suprainguinal versus an infrainguinal bypass. This study was performed to assess the accuracy of clinical pulse palpation in comparison to intraarterial pressure measurements of 31 common(More)
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