Vascular Specialist–November 2021

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In this issue:

  • “In good hands?” The twin issues of center volumes for open AAA repair as well as training implications came under the spotlight at two recent regional vascular conferences (p. 1 and 6)
  • Medical editor Malachi Sheahan, MD, examines the role of fake news and science denial in the COVID-19 pandemic (p. 2 and 4)
  • Alan Dardik, MD, ponders how vascular surgery can emerge from the pandemic during his presidential address at the New England Society for Vascular Surgery (NESVS) 2021 annual meeting, asking: ‘What truly motivates us?’ (p. 8)
  • “The value and utility of surgical sketches”: W. Michael Park, MD, discusses how he puts to use his talent for surgical drawing and the practical benefits the practice provides (p. 16)
  • Corner Stitch: Vascular Surgery Interest Groups increase early exposure to vascular surgery in medical school, writes Akul Arora, BS (p. 22)

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