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Peripheral Endovascular Interventions presents the state-of-the-art in endovascular surgical technology and applications. New developments now allow the vascular surgeon to facilitate treatment of remote vascular disease via a peripheral puncture site and the editors, renowned endovascular pioneers Dr. Rodney A. White and Dr. Thomas Fogarty, have put together the primary text on all aspects of endovascular techniques in the vascular or general surgery practice. Forty chapters bring together an internationally renown group of contributors to discuss the components of an endovascular practice, facilities and equipment for endovascular intervention, endovascular instrumentation and devices, and specialized endovascular techniques. New to this edition are chapters detailing recent advances in brachiocephalic, renal and cerebral vascular angioplasty, endovascular prostheses, and a section dealing with the treatment of complications. Approximately 500 illustrations, including 50 in color, round out the text. Peripheral Endovascular Interventions is a must have, cutting edge compendium for all vascular surgeons and trainees as well as for practicing general surgeons.
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Dr. Thomas J. "Tom" Fogarty (born on February 25, 1934 in Cincinnati, Ohio) is an American surgeon and inventor of the embolectomy catheter.
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