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This atlas i s complementary to most other aortic surgery books because it covers the retroperitoneal approach to aortic operations exclusively and completely. The approach to the aorta from behind the left kidney is a prominent feature. The book covers different types of aortic operations for aneurysm, occlusive disease, and dissection involving the thoracic and abdominal aorta.
There are short paragraphs throughout the text that offer the type of advice that may only be gained from tremendous clinical experience. Tips were offered on commonly encountered but rarely satisfying situations such as managing difficult iliac arteries, preserving hypogastric flow when aneurysm of that artery is present, avoiding colonic ischemia, using balloon occlusion catheters, and others. The only criticism of the book I have is minor and is not related to content but to structure.
The figures are usually many pages away from the corresponding text. They would be more effective if the reader could look at them simultaneously. The format is appealing because it includes both anatomic sketches and diagrams which complement each other well. The chapters are short, pearls are many and the length is about right to refresh rather than exhaust the reader.
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Abstract Background Data on peripheral vascular surgical interventions from Nigeria is scanty. Methods A retrospective analysis of patients requiring surgical intervention on peripheral vessels from a prospectively collected single surgeon database over a two-year period was conducted.
Results Fourteen peripheral vascular surgical procedures were performed.
Conclusion Trauma is the leading cause of peripheral vascular condition necessitating surgery from our study. Peripheral vascular surgery, vascular trauma, Ilorin.
Introduction Peripheral vascular conditions requiring surgical intervention are multivarious and so are the surgical techniques employed. Methods This retrospective study therefore evaluated the various etiological conditions and surgical interventions offered to patients who presented with peripheral vascular conditions.
Results A total of 14 patients presented with 15 peripheral vascular conditions requiring surgical intervention over the two-year period. Table 1 Summary of peripheral vascular condition necessitating surgery. Radial A. Subclavian A. Posterior tibial A. Cutlass cut Lateral repair Satisfactory 6.
Brachiocephalic A. Popliteal A. Gustllo-Anderson IIIc crush, collapsed building. End-end repair Failed re-vascularization 8. Ulnar A.
Cutlass cut End-end repair Satisfactory 9. Popliteal A aneurysm. Broken bottle End-end repair Satifactory Femoral A. Gunshot Declined surgery Femoral A aneurysm. Broken bottle End-end repair Satifactory. Open in a separate window. Table 2 Vessel involvement and aetiology. Discussion Peripheral vascular conditions requiring surgical intervention vary in different parts of the world.
Conclusion Despite the varied presentations of peripheral vascular conditions, trauma still presents a major problem in our environment. References 1. Adebonojo SA. The status of cardiovascular surgery in West Africa. J Natl Med Assoc. Rowe VL. Peripheral arterial occlusive disease. Available from: Singh D, Rk P. Management of peripheral vascular trauma: Int J Surg. Vascular Surgery at Ibadan: Experience at the University College Hospital, Ibadan.
Trop Cardiol. Surgical approach to the pseudoanerysms of lower extremity arteries developed after gunshot injuries.
Cannon that it attracted the attention of another Vascular had retired. So Dr. Haimovici also developed an interest in venous gangrene. He pub- injured veins.
He and his also known under the more popular name, phlegma- new wife joined their interests in studying the metab- sia cerulea dolens. Hai- would continue to contribute for the rest of his movici was selected by the Dean of his medical career. Veith and E. Meanwhile he held the post of atherosclerosis. His work was published in the lead- Secretary-General in the international organization ing medical and physiology journals of the era.
Haimovici was a major force beyond his high quality original investigations. He served as lished in is considered a classic. The first four dency of the North American Chapter of the editions of this important text were edited by Dr.