Inflammatory biomarkers in peripheral arterial disease.


Biochemical markers have the potential to aid the vascular specialist in many ways. On a daily basis, we rely on such markers as d-dimer to help exclude thromboembolic disease and thus limit low-probability ultrasound imaging. Additionally, we use troponin levels to determine myocardial events perioperatively. During the past decade, use of the inflammatory… (More)
DOI: 10.1053/j.semvascsurg.2015.01.009



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@article{Stone2014InflammatoryBI, title={Inflammatory biomarkers in peripheral arterial disease.}, author={Patrick Alan Stone and Michael Yacoub}, journal={Seminars in vascular surgery}, year={2014}, volume={27 3-4}, pages={148-51} }