Axillobifemoral Bypass Grafting
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Many authors have reported good results with the use of vascularized fibular grafts to treat large osteonecrotic… Expand Abstract Background : This series aims to prove the positive impact of laparoscopic approach in aortofemoral bypass grafting… Expand AIM
To assess the feasibility of aortobifemoral bypass by a laparoscopic approach.
MATERIAL AND METHODS
During November 2002… Expand PURPOSE
Aorto-bifemoral bypass (AFB) is commonly performed in US hospitals. Durable long-term outcome is achieved after AFB… Expand The prevalence of cardiovascular disease in the United States1 and the number of noncardiac surgical procedures performed are… Expand BACKGROUND
Atheroembolization following aortoiliac stent placement is uncommon. The purpose of this study was to examine the… Expand BACKGROUND
Acute aortic occlusion most commonly results from aortic saddle embolus or thrombosis of an atherosclerotic abdominal… Expand Vascular surgeons have been attracted to the ideas of minimally invasive surgery and of the resulting benefits in terms of… Expand Late fibre breakage with longitudinal tears occurred in 4 patients of a series of some 300 implanted knitted Dacron double velour… Expand During a ten-year period (1969-1980), 106 grafts were implanted in the axillofemoral and axillobifemoral positions. This… Expand