Vascupedia VIEWS 3.0 Episode 4: Subintimal vs Intraluminal crossing of arterial CTO – what is the best approach?
Dr. Hady Lichaa
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Dr. Hady Lichaa
Dr. Mariano Palena
Thanks so much
Dr. Loris Salvador , Dr. Nicola Lamascese, Dr. Alessandro Favaro, Dr. Michele Gallo, dr. Daniele Zoni, Dr. Cheti Benazzato (anesthesiologist) , Mrs. Noemi D’Amato (perfusionist) , Mrs. Cristina Rabaglio (nurse), Mrs. Laura Chiarello (nurse)
Dr. Carlo Campana (3d printing engineer),
Mr. Luciano Ghiotto (3d printing specialist),
Dr. Leonardo Costa (biomedical engineer)
SISMA spa, StefanPlast, Valle Autotrasporti, ULSS8 Berica
Prof. Raphaël Coscas, Paris
– To understand principles of device- and anatomy related complications
– To discuss potential complications of type Ib endoleaks
– To explore management options in challenging scenarios
– Worth of preserving the hypogastric artery, bell-bottom vs iliac side branch
Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) President Dr. Michael Dake tells us stories of the Aortic and Endovascular Innovations he participated in throughout various stages in his career. BackTable
We present the case of a patient with a type IV thoracoabdominal aneurysm treated with the new off-the-shelf precannulated endograft E-nside.
step by step procedure reported in the video record
We present a case of a 57-year-old patient who underwent total abdominal hysterectomy plus right salpingoophorectomy in 2018, subsequently performed diagnostic images showing an injury that occupies the lumen of the inferior vena cava and extends from the right iliac vein to the atrium; initially percutaneous extraction is attempted, which is failed, which is why the patient is scheduled for open surgery (laparotomy) in conjunction with the department of hepato-biliary and cardiovascular surgery; in the operating room, it is approached by incision of Mercedes Benz, performing disinsertion and hepatic mobilization exposing the inferior vena cava, the same is incised and the tumor mass is betrayed until the lesion is completely removed.
Vascular Surgeons David Dexter and Steven Abramowitz discuss endovascular treatment of lower extremity DVT, including patient selection and risks and benefits of catheter-directed therapy (CDT), mechanical thrombectomy, and pharmaco-mechanical thrombolysis. BackTable
– To review the current limitations of EVAR in challenging aortic anatomies
– To learn how to apply the different repair techniques and choose the aortic clamping sites during conversion.