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Endovascular Stent Grafts for Peripheral arterial injury: Cases for a Follow-up Study?

Karim Brohi karimbrohi at gmail.com
Tue Mar 24 07:56:47 GMT 2009


Thanks Tim that's very helpful - I'll ping him an email.  Hope all's
well.  Look forward to meeting you in SA in August!
K

On 03/23/2009, Dr Timothy Hardcastle <dr.tchardcastle at absamail.co.za> wrote:
> Karim
>
> Contact Danie du Toit at Tygerberg - he is busy with his 6+ year follow-up
> of around 80+ stent-grafts for SCA / CCA / BCA. He may give some insights
> and consider a combined series. His e-mail is eddutoit at netactive.co.za
>
> Tim
> Dr T C Hardcastle
> M.B., Ch.B. (Stell); M. Med. (Chir) (Stell); FCS (SA)
> Principal Specialist Trauma Surgeon /
> Honorary Lecturer University of KwaZulu-Natal Dept Surgery
> Deputy Director - IALCH Trauma Service
> Durban - South Africa
>
> > Dear all,
> > Over the past few years we've placed a few stent grafts for peripheral
> > arterial injury.  Following these up we're noticing a significant
> > proportion are occluded - often within a relatively short timeframe.
> > There's still very little in the literature on this.  If you have
> > cases where you have placed a stent graft for peripheral arterial
> > trauma (subclavian & distal, external iliac & distal or carotid) and
> > would like to write up a joint case series please contact me
> > off-list).  Should be interesting!
> > Karim
> > karim at trauma.org
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