This new title provides a systematic review of complex cases in peripheral vascular interventions (PVI), a minimal invasive endovascular approach to treating peripheral arteries. This increasingly evolving area in interventional therapies offers reduced risk for complications compared to conventional surgery and takes advantage of advanced techniqu
Section I: Complex Cases-General Considerations. Why Should We Tackle Complex Lesions by Endovascular Techniques? Pharmacological Prerequisites for Treatment of Complex Patients with Peripheral Artery Disease. Preprocedural Imaging in Peripheral Arterial Disease. Section II: Complex Cases in Specific Vessel Areas. Complex Vascular Access and Vessel Closure. Intracranial Interventions. Complex Cases in Vascular Interventions-Carotid Arteries. Subclavian Interventions. Vertebral Interventions. Thoracic Aortic Dissection and Nondissective Thoracic Aortic Disease. Abdominal Aortic Disease. Renal Arteries. Chronic Mesenteric Ischemia: Mesenteric Vascular Intervention. Leriche's Disease. Iliac Arteries. The Femoropopliteal Segment. The Tibioperoneal Segment. Dialysis Fistulas. Venous Interventions for Iliofemoral DVT. The Complex Patient with Multivessel Disease. Index.