Tag: type B aortic dissection

No time like the present: The moral imperative for advocacy in...

“I’m so sorry but we have to cancel your surgery”—10 words any warm-blooded surgeon dreads uttering. This time around, it was not for the...

Greenberg Lecture raises prospect that ‘less is more and more is...

Jan S. Brunkwall, MD, from the University of Cologne in Cologne, Germany, delivered the Roy Greenberg Distinguished Lecture at the 2022 Vascular Annual Meeting...

Study suggests more proximal landing zone is preferred for TEVAR of...

A review evaluating the results of thoracic endovascular aortic repair (TEVAR) following acute type B aortic dissection suggests most patients have less than 2cm...

Guidelines recognize potential role for earlier endovascular treatment of uncomplicated type...

New clinical practice guidelines published today aim to act as “guard rails” to determine the treatment options and best practices for managing patients with...

Five-year STABLE II results show Zenith system makes the cut for...

Joseph V. Lombardi, MD, reported long-term outcomes favoring the continued safety and effectiveness of a composite device (proximal covered stent graft plus distal bare...

STABLE II results published on endovascular treatment of acute complicated TBAD...

Thirty-day and one-year data from the STABLE II study have been published in the April 2020 issue of the Journal of Vascular Surgery (JVS) by Joseph V....