1987
DOI: 10.1055/s-2007-1020258 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: In reconstructive vascular surgery several intraoperative investigations are in use to check-up and secure full blood flow restoration (angiography, ultra-sound, electro-magnetic flowmeter etc.). In the last years endoscopical lumen control, introduced 1969 in clinical praxis, could be remarkably simplified and improved. For vascular endoscopy three technical prerequisites are necessary: a) temporary interruption of blood flow using clamps or balloon catheters, b) replacement of the blood by a transparent medi… Show more

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“…13,[16][17][18][19] After central venous thrombectomy using Fogarty catheters an ascending venography can be used to detect such residual stenoses. 14,15,21 We prefer wireguided thrombectomy as the endovascular procedure for residual thrombus. Adherent thrombi may also require additional catheter-guided thrombolysis.…”
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“…13,[16][17][18][19] After central venous thrombectomy using Fogarty catheters an ascending venography can be used to detect such residual stenoses. 14,15,21 We prefer wireguided thrombectomy as the endovascular procedure for residual thrombus. Adherent thrombi may also require additional catheter-guided thrombolysis.…”
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“…20,21 Ascending phlebography was then performed in all patients to assess the iliac veins. 14,15 If residual venous obstruction was detected an appropriate endovascular treatment was chosen, depending on the location, morphology, and nature of the lesion. Wire-guided thrombectomy alone or in conjunction with local thrombolysis were used to manage residual thrombotic venous stenosis (TYPE II).…”
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“…Patency can be improved by extending the intraoperative control by means of an intraoperative angiogram ~7 or by direct visual inspection by angioscopy. 18 In this study completion arteriography was not routinely performed; however, it is our opinion that intraoperative angiography should be performed to assess the quality of the arterial reconstruction.…”
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