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“Sonolysis is back” after safely reducing endarterectomy stroke risk in randomised...
Positive results from a clinical trial involving a novel therapeutic procedure known as sonolysis—deployed during a carotid endarterectomy (CEA)—were presented at the recent European...
From the Editor
We can honor the past without living in it
Malachi Sheahan III, MD, peels back the layers on why a decision by the Southern Association for Vascular Surgery (SAVS) to replace its signature...
Intentional mentorship and pushing beyond representation
Chicago medical student Maria Paz, BS, discusses intentional mentorship—and why she believes it matters. When I started medical school, I never imagined that the most...
SVS Foundation announces 2023 student fellowship awards
The Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) Foundation has announced the winners of the 2023 Student Research Fellowship Awards. The award is for undergraduate college and...
SVS webinar discusses BEST-CLI and early impacts on practice
A recording of the inaugural “SVS Presents” virtual educational session, on the BEST-CLI (Best endovascular vs. best surgical therapy in patients with critical limb...
Although researchers describe eudaimonia as the practice of virtues like courage, wisdom, good humor, moderation and kindness, some have translated the writings of Greek philosopher Aristotle to mean achieving deep wellness and purpose. Certainly, if Aristotle says so, it...
Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) have been a focus for the Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) and continue to grow in importance. VAM 2023 organizers are committed to making sessions and content more diverse, equitable and inclusive. “This year...