Gefässchirurgie 2002 · 7: 143–147 Übersicht DOI 10.1007/s00772-002-0223-x W. D. Turnipseed University of Wisconsin Medical School, Madison/WI Minimal incision aortic surgery: a competitive alternative to endovascular and standard open aortic repair Abstract Purpose Even the most enthusiastic proponents of endovascular therapy have had to em- Endovascular repair of aortic aneurysms With the emergence of endoaortic re- phasize the need for life-long CAT scan (EVAR) has established an important role in pair alternatives for the treatment of ab- surveillance, and to suggest that patients the practice of vascular surgery. However, dominal aneurysms, surgeons have had currently treated with endografts should currently available devices have demonstrat- to determine whether outcome quality be more judiciously selected.Uncertain- ed unpredictable patterns of clinical and (see 1) and cost efficiency (see 2) can be ty regarding the durability of currently mechanical failure, raising valid concern improved by making open aortic proce- available aortic devices and concern re- about long-term durability. Alternative less dures less invasive.The major argu- garding clinical access to devices which invasive modifications of standard open ments for expansion and development periodically are pulled from the shelf repair, such as minimal incision aortic surgery of catheter-based aneurysm repair have because of structural failures
Gefässchirurgie – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 1, 2002
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