Description - Unexpected Challenges in Vascular Surgery by Alain Branchereau
Despite accurate preoperative assessment and adequate preparation, unexpected and sometimes disastrous situations can occur during vascular and endovascular procedures. Vascular and endovascular surgeons should therefore also be familiar with skills and techniques to solve unforeseen intraoperative complications. The 2005 EVC-book addresses the most important issues with wich surgeons can be faced during vascular and endovascular procedures, including thirteen chapters on aortic neck problems during open and endovascular repair, ruptured clamp sites, ureteral lesions, unintentional covering of side branches, totally calcified aorta and embolization. Accidental conditions during carotid and lower limb revascularization are covered in six chapters and additional challenges are described in another seven chapters
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