A single-center experience treating renal malperfusion after aortic dissection with central aortic fenestration and renal artery stenting.

@article{Barnes2008ASE,
  title={A single-center experience treating renal malperfusion after aortic dissection with central aortic fenestration and renal artery stenting.},
  author={Dawn M Barnes and David M. Williams and Narasimham L. Dasika and Himanshu J. Patel and Alan B. Weder and James C. Stanley and George Michael Deeb and Gilbert R. Upchurch},
  journal={Journal of vascular surgery},
  year={2008},
  volume={47 5},
  pages={903-910; discussion 910-1}
}
OBJECTIVE Patients with aortic dissection were studied to define (1) anatomic and physiologic derangements in renal artery blood flow, (2) differences in clinically suspected renal malperfusion and true functional malperfusion, and (3) variations in endovascular interventions for the treatment of renal malperfusion. METHODS The cohort comprised 165 patients (mean age, 58 years) with dissections who were thought to have malperfusion sufficient to require arteriography. They were treated from… CONTINUE READING

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