Vascular Surgery: A Clinical Guide to Decision-making

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Vascular Surgery: A Clinical Guide to Decision-making is a concise but comprehensive resource for operating vascular surgeons and clinicians. It serves as an essential reference manual, particularly to young vascular surgeons, for consulting the basic scientific knowledge of pathogenesis of various illnesses, as well as how to approach them in a clinical setting. Adopting a translational approach, this book dissects the background of vascular pathology and links it to application in surgical techniques, as well as providing practical tips and tricks for surgical maneuvers.

With insights and suggestions from various experienced and skilled vascular surgeons, this book covers a range of topics including the origin of diseases, clinical presentation, and therapeutic options, from medical therapy to surgical or endovascular approach. Each chapter also reviews international cutting-edge research in the vascular field and its clinical application, illuminating future developments in the field.

With the contributions of first-class vascular surgeons, this book also covers uncommon and advanced case studies while exploring the pros and cons of each intervention option, helping practitioners make informed decisions when facing difficult cases. This unique reference also helps young surgeons to make quick decisions in challenging cases, such as how to choose between open and endo treatment.

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