Reinterventions in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery

Vascular and endovascular procedures may fail. Re-do interventions tend to be lengthy and difficult and are associated with an increased risk of complications. The aim of this book is to provide the specialist and the trainee with an update on the vascular and endovascular options that are available to help patients whose previous interventions have not worked.

George Geroulakos Mr Geroulakos is a veins and vascular specialist with a clinical interest in a number of conditions related to vascular and carotid disease such as varicose veins, economy class syndrome, sclerotherapy, venous thrombosis, venous leg ulcers, intermittent claudication, aortic aneurysm and thoracic outlet syndrome.

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