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Focusing on diabetic ulcers
Foot ulcers associated with Diabetes mellitus require immediate attention due to risk of amputation if left untreated. Herein we focus on the mitigating risk factors and physiopathology of the diabetic foot, recounting ...
The influence of diabetes mellitus on the outcome of superficial femoral artery recanalization is debatable
Notwithstanding technological improvements in endovascular devices treatment of steno-obstructive lesions of the superficial femoral artery (SFA) remains a challenge for today’s vascular surgeon. Current opinion dictates ...
Endovascular treatment with drug-eluting balloon for severe subclavian artery stenosis involving the origin of the vertebral artery
The first line approach for subclavian steal syndrome is PTA-stenting of subclavian artery. When the ipsilateral vertebral artery origin is involved or in closed proximity of the atherosclerotic lesion in the subclavian ...
A single-center experience on below-the-knee endovascular treatment in diabetic patients
Diabetic ulceration of the foot is a major global medical, social and economic problem and is the most frequent end-point of diabetic complications. A retrospective analysis from February 2017 to May 2019 of diabetic ...
How to repair non-atheromatous carotid lesions
Non-atheromatous surgical lesions are estimated to represent at most 10% of all carotid procedures, most of which involve atheromatous lesions. Isolated tortuosity of the carotid vessels is sometimes treated surgically. ...