A complete guide to understanding and treating peripheral arterial disease
A Doody's Core Title!
"...especially welcome...One of the many aspects that make this text a wonderful contribution to the literature and deserving of a place in any clinician's library is its comprehensiveness....the diverse backgrounds of the authors contribute to its unique and comprehensive perspective. Peripheral Arterial Disease contains practical information on common disease entities that confront practitioners, as well as insight into the rarer entities that frequently require textbook consultation."--JAMA" It is almost certainly the most comprehensive collection of material devoted solely to noncardiac arterial health and disease ever assembled....This is a good book with something in it for everyone. It is well written and edited, comprehensive, and very up to date. 3 Stars."--Doody's Review Service
Written by a multidisciplinary team of internationally recognized authors, this book delivers an in-depth and practical overview of peripheral arterial disease. It covers all major extracardiac arterial systems and serves as a point-of-care reference for the vascular surgeon, radiologist, vascular internist, and cardiologist. Peripheral Arterial Disease offers essential insights on clinical presentation, diagnostic tests, and various treatment options, including medical, surgical, and endovascular modalities.
- Expert coverage of anatomy, epidemiology, risk factors, pathophysiology, and more
- Focus on both common and rare disease states in all peripheral circulations
- Section on diagnostic imaging modalities, including agiography, IVUS, MRI, and ultrasound
- More than 500 color figures, tables, and charts
- Author team represents a wide range of specialties
- Important chapters on vasculitis, intracranial disease, carotid artery disease, the ascending thoracic aorta, and lower extremity peripheral arterial disease -all of which reflect the book's expansive scope
- Review of fundamental topics such as clinical assessment of endothelial function, blood pressure regulation, taking patient history, and the physical exam