Tag: abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA)

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December 28, 2023/Vascular Medicine

Low-Dose Aspirin Slows Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Progression

Large cohort study finds significant effect in men and nonsmokers


Study Identifies Gut Microbe-Derived TMAO as a Novel Mediator of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm

Findings hold implications for screening and potential nonsurgical therapy

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Platelet Olfactory Receptor Identified as Possible AAA Biomarker and Treatment Target

Investigations on platelet/aneurysm interactions lead to $2.6 million NIH grant

March 18, 2022/Case Study

Case Study: When Lung Transplant Evaluation Reveals a Large Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm

How to time the interventions, and how to manage anesthesia risks?


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March 11, 2022/Vascular Surgery

Guidance for Surveillance of Isolated Common Iliac Artery and Small Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms

Most are slow-growing and can safely be monitored every three years

December 16, 2021/Vascular Surgery

Standardizing Methods Is Key to Making Aortic Dmax Measures More Accurate and Reproducible

Both manual and semi-automated CTA methods can be highly reliable, study shows

September 10, 2021/Vascular Surgery

In Open AAA Repair, Acute Normovolemic Hemodilution Offers Advantages Over Standard Transfusions

Technique reduces blood requirements and helps normalize coagulation levels

July 30, 2021/Vascular Surgery

Meta-Analysis Links Wide Aortic Necks to Worse Outcomes Following Endovascular Aneurysm Repair

Researchers urge caution when managing AAA in this population

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November 4, 2020/Advancing Patient Care

30 Years of EVAR: Roots of the Pivotal Endovascular Procedure Reach Back to Cleveland Clinic

EVAR pioneer Dr. Juan Parodi surveys the past and future of a revolutionary procedure

October 14, 2020/Education

Analysis Shows Dramatic Declines in Open Vascular Surgery Training in U.S.

Study of ACGME case log data spurs proposals to reverse the trend

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