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Spontaneous Rupture of SFA

This is an 81-Year-old patient presented with a spontaneous rupture of the superficial femoral artery of the left leg and on arrival to hospital he developed DVT in the same leg with pulmonary emboli which makes the anticoagulation policy to be quiet interesting, IVC filter has been deployed and covered stent has been implanted in his ruptured artery with endoleak type 1 B which settled conservatively, I hope you enjoy watching this case and looking forward to all your great comments

Mr. Mohamed Omar Elfarok M.Sc, FRCSEng, FRCSEd, IME

Consultant Vascular Surgeon

Royal College of Surgeons of England Examiner

 

 

 

 

December 17, 2019 9 Comments
Poll 06/01/2020 – 31/01/2020

VASCUPEDIA@LINC – ENDOLEAKS-CASE-BASED SOLUTIONS

The topic of this month is called ENDOLEAKS-CASE-BASED SOLUTIONS and aims to provide more information to the discussants of the session about endoleaks that will take place on Thursday, January 30, 2020 in Leipzig, during the LINC symposium. Take the opportunity to answer the questions and to inform the experts about your current practice for the treatment of all type of endoleaks.

Your participation will provide unique data for an interesting discussion and your answers will challenge the experts during the session.

Case report

J MINISTERNOTOMY FOR ASCENDING AORTA AND RAPID DEPLOYMENT VALVE REPLACEMENT

We present a case of ascending an rapid deployment aortic valve replacement (Edwards Intuity Elite Prosthesis) thorough a J Ministernotomy approach in old patient.

January 4, 2020 No Comments
Case report

Percutaneous thrombectomy of multilevel iliofemoral DVT in 20y old female: a case report

In this case report a young female patient with DVT and severe symptoms was successfully treated with endovascular thrombectomy, using the Indigo CAT8 XTORQ catheter from Penumbra. You will see the case and learn some tips and tricks on handling the device.

September 13, 2019 No Comments
Recorded video case

Open surgical repair of a pararenal AAA

In this video case, we present our standard practice of open surgical repair for pararenal AAA. In general, we performed open repair with the “clamp and sew” technique, and the application of cold renal perfusion is limited to the cases with renal revascularization. Sometimes, division of left renal vein is imperative for better access to the suprarenal aorta. Retrospective analysis of our series revealed no negative impact of the division on long-term renal function – J Vasc Surg 2018;67:1042-1

August 29, 2018 3 Comments
Technical note

Recorded webinar – Percutaneous Venous Arterialization

Up to 20% of patients with Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI) are not considered good candidates for endovascular revascularization. If recanalization of a chronic occlusion of a BTK/ BTA artery proves to be impossible owing to the inability to cross an extensive occlusion or in the presence of a “desert foot”, percutaneous venous arterialization has proven to be a bailout strategy for limb salvage. Drs. August Ysa and Marta Lobato, from Vascular Surgery Dpt. Hospital de Cruces, Barakaldo (Spain), present the last update in Percutaneous Venous Arterialization technique and expose a Case in the box.

December 11, 2019 1 Comment
Technical note

How to perform a clampless hybrid aortic anastomosis

In various circumstances of aortic repairs, such as heavy circumferential calcifications or shaggy aorta with extensive thrombus, open and endovascular techniques are at high risk. In such cases, aortic clamping is fraught with risks of aortic rupture or emboli while endovascular techniques may not be successful with also a risk of emboli. Hybrid techniques may be an elegant solution. We describe here a hybrid technique that allows performing an aortic anastomosis without clamping thereby avoiding the above-cited risks. This educational video will allow other vascular surgeons to reproduce the technique.

December 4, 2019 No Comments