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By Prof. Dr. Curt Diehm MD, Prof. Dr. Jens-Rainer Allenberg MD, Dr. Keiko Nimura-Eckert MD, Prof. Dr. Frank J. Veith MD (auth.)

The industrialized global has witnessed a gentle elevate in ailments of the arteries, veins, and lymph vessels in recent times. the superiority and prevalence of arteriosclerotic vascular sickness has taken at the personality of an outbreak. ailments of the superficial and deep veins are frequent. Everypracticing health care provider is faced day-by-day through arterial circulatory issues of the supra-aortic vessels,the thoracic and belly aorta, and the pelvic and leg arteries in addition to via venous and lymphatic diseases.Todayvascular illness isbest controlled in an interdisciplinary means; interventional radiologists and neurologists will be a part of the workforce at any proven vascular middle. Many older colleagues have been compelled to procure their wisdom of vascular illnesses all alone. There are nonetheless many clinical faculties and hospitals that lack vascular experts who're able to passing on their services to scholars. For manyyears there has been no services in scientific angiology in international locations comparable to nice Britain or the us. All of vascular drugs resided within the palms of vascular surgeons. it's only within the previous few years that vascular internists have seemed in those nations as well.

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Neurovascular Shoulder Girdle Compression Syndromes . 2. Subclavian Steal Syndrome .. . 3. Distal Arteries of the Arm and Hand . . . . . . . B: Supplementary Figures and Legends 50 50 53 54 57 A: Introduction The subclavian artery supplies the arm. It arises on the left from the aortic arch and on the right from the brachiocephalic trunk (innominate artery). Both arteries pass in a curve through the thoracic outlet, behind the anterior scalene muscle and between the clavicle and first rib to reach the axilla.

38 . .... .. 40 Kinking and Coiling . .. . Dilatations and Aneurysms . . . . 41 Dissections . . . . . .. . 43 Post-radiation Stenosis . . . . . . . . . . . .. 44 Operations on the Carotid Artery . . 2-15. 2-16. 2-17. 2-18. 2-19. 2-20. Color duplex ultrasonography showing subtotal (- 90 %) obstruction of the intern al carotid artery. 2-21. Color duplex ultrasonography showing complete occlusion of the common carotid artery. Starting at the arrow and moving towards the right, the echo density increases.

2-37. Acute closure of a high-grade stenosis of the carotid bifurcation. Right, the operative specimen showing part of the external carotid artery with a thrombus, often called an apposition thrombus ~ 2-37 . 2-38. 2-39. High-grade stenosis (arrow) of the internal carotid artery. The operative specimen shows a mixed plaque with soft and calcified areas 2-39 Fig. 2-40. Operative view of a carotid procedure for a blocked internal carotid artery. One can see the stenosed cylinder with subintimal bleeding and a fresh thrombus.

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