Reinterventions after fenestrated or branched endovascular aortic aneurysm repair presented at the forty fourth annual meeting of the new england society for vascular surgery boston mass september 8 10 2017. Reinterventions in vascular and endovascular surgery by geroulakos george vascular and endovascular procedures may fail re do interventions tend to be lengthy and difficult and are associated with an increased risk of complications. Journal of vascular surgery volume 68 issue 3 september 2018 pages 669 681 most reinterventions were endovascular and percutaneous but half required hospital admission reintervention was ultimately successful at resolving the initial indication in all but one case there was only one reintervention related death. Endovascular surgical intervention such as angioplasty and stenting in all vascular areas endovenous laser therapy treatment radiofrequency ablation or subfascial endoscopic perforator surgery for varicose veins and venous ulcers. Author information 1vascular center skne university hospital malm sweden malinamdgmailcom reinterventions seem to occur more frequently after endovascular aneurysm repair than after open surgical repair and are encountered in about 20 versus 10 of the cases respectively
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