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.
What is your primary treatment strategy in a late type 1a endoleak after EVAR if the stent-graft is not migrated and there is no severe angulation?
- Open conversion
- Chimney technique
- Fenestrated endografting
- Branched endografting
- Embolisation with coils or onyx
How many open conversions of a failed EVAR have been performed during the past 5 years in your clinic?
- Less than 10
- Between 10 and 20
- More than 20
Which is the percentage of proximal oversizing in your daily practice during EVAR?
Which is the percentage of distal oversizing (at the level of the common iliac arteries) in your daily practice during EVAR?
Which is the treatment strategy of a type 1b endoleak after EVAR?
- Iliac-side branch device
- Sandwich technique
- Embolisation and coverage of the hypogastric artery
- Open conversion
Are you performing a pre-embolisation of large inferior mesenteric arteries to prevent a type 2 endoleak before EVAR?
How do you treat type 2 endoleaks post EVAR?
- CT-guided puncture of the aneurysm sac
- Onyx embolization of the responsible vessel
- Coil embolization of the responsible vessel
- Onyx and coil embolization of the sac and the responsible vessel respectively
- Laparoscopic ligation of the responsible vessel
- Open surgical conversion
Do you think that type 2 endoleaks can lead to aneurysm rupture?