Practicing vascular surgeons, learn all about preventing and managing type II endoleaks—a common situation faced by specialists—from the experts on Thursday, July 15. Benjamin Jackson, MD, will moderate the session, alongside panelists Wei Zhou, MD, and Sunita Srivastava, MD.
Participation is limited to 100 people so attendees have the opportunity to talk with the experts, asking questions, as well as relaying stories of their own cases and complications.
“Type II endoleak prevention and management,” from 7 to 8 p.m. Central Daylight Time, is the final of the four-session “Meet the Experts Webinar Series,” tackling a topic relevant to vascular surgeons in practice.
Vascular surgeons often confront type II endoleaks in patients who have undergone endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR). The optimal treatment and prevention of this common problem is uncertain, and different vascular surgeons manage type II endoleaks differently.
Furthermore, some of these common endoleaks might be prevented by deploying embolization techniques or other measures at the time of the initial aneurysm repair, but indications to prophylactically treat lumbar vessels or the inferior mesenteric artery are uncertain. Part of the webinar will cover identification of indications for conversion to open aneurysm repair.
Don’t miss out on learning how to better manage and prevent type II endoleaks. Learn more and register at vascular.org/MeetExperts.