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Trends and Recommendations in the Resource-based Relative Value System

Hahm MI

  • KMID: 1941045
  • J Korean Soc Vasc Surg.
  • 2004 Dec;20(2):276-281.
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Treatment of Angioaccess Induced Ischemia with Distal Revascularization Interval Ligation: 1 Case

Lee T, Ha J, Chung JK, Kim SJ

  • KMID: 1941044
  • J Korean Soc Vasc Surg.
  • 2004 Dec;20(2):272-275.
Ischemic steal syndrome is an infrequent but potentially serious complication that can be difficult to manage while maintaing vascular access surgery. Traditional procedures directed toward increasing the resistance in the...
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Acute Embolic Attack on Persistent Sciatic Artery: 1 case

Park YS, Kwon JN, So BJ

  • KMID: 1941043
  • J Korean Soc Vasc Surg.
  • 2004 Dec;20(2):268-271.
Persistent sciatic artery (PSA) is a continuation of the internal iliac artery into the popliteal-tibial vessels and this structure provides the major blood supply to the lower limb bud during...
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Acute Lower Limb Ischemia in a Patient with Persistent Sciatic Artery: A Case Report

Lee WS, Jo JH, Kim YW

  • KMID: 1941042
  • J Korean Soc Vasc Surg.
  • 2004 Dec;20(2):264-267.
The persistent sciatic artery (PSA) is a rare congenital vascular anomaly. It may predispose to thrombosis, atherosclerotic or aneurismal degeneration. We report a patient having PSA presenting with acute lower...
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Tuberculous Pseudoaneurysm of the Descending Thoracic Aorta

Kim SS, Park SC, Moon IS, Koh YB

  • KMID: 1941041
  • J Korean Soc Vasc Surg.
  • 2004 Dec;20(2):259-263.
The tuberculous aortic aneurysm is exceedingly rare. Kamen L. first described tuberculous aortic aneurysm in 1899. Since then, only about 40 cases have been reported in the literature 1945 to...
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Laparoscopic-assisted Aortic Surgery

Park JS, Im MG, Song KY, Park SC, Yang KH

  • KMID: 1941040
  • J Korean Soc Vasc Surg.
  • 2004 Dec;20(2):255-258.
Since the initial success and widespread acceptance of laparoscopic cholecystectomy (1), the application of this laparoscopic technique to vascular surgery has been somewhat limited. However, after laparoscopic techniques were first...
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Clinical Study of Endovenous Laser Treatment in Short Saphenous Vein Varicosity

Chung JK, Chung IM, Kim YC, Heo SC, Ahn YJ, Lee TS, Lee JS, Ha JW, Kim SJ

  • KMID: 1941039
  • J Korean Soc Vasc Surg.
  • 2004 Dec;20(2):250-254.
PURPOSE: With regard to the selection of varicose treatment, conventional therapy such as stripping and ligation has became unpopular but the selection of endovenous radiofrequency coagulations (RF) or endovenous laser...
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The Clinical Value of Venography Prior to Arteriovenous Fistula Creation

Choi YH, Han BG, Kim YJ, Choi SO, Seong SH, Kim MS

  • KMID: 1941038
  • J Korean Soc Vasc Surg.
  • 2004 Dec;20(2):242-249.
PURPOSE: Maturation failure after arteriovenous fistula (AVF) creation is a major problem that determines the early success of a fistula for hemodialysis. Therefore the pre-operative evaluation of venous status is...
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Deep Vein Thrombosis after Surgery for Gastrointestinal Cancer: Incidence and Correlation with Risk Factors

Kim IG, Kim KH, Seo HJ, Kim JI, Ahn CH, Kim JS, Yu SJ, Lim KW, Koh YB, Ku YM

  • KMID: 1941037
  • J Korean Soc Vasc Surg.
  • 2004 Dec;20(2):237-241.
PURPOSE: Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is recognized as a common complication in surgical patients in western countries, and especially for high risk patients. However there is little informations on the...
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Clinical Results of Lower Extremity Trauma Accompanied with Popliteal Artery Injury

Jeong CH, Jung SJ, Park KH, Choi DR, Joo DH, Lee HI, Park SH, Yu YW, Park KH, Choi CH, Ahn BY

  • KMID: 1941036
  • J Korean Soc Vasc Surg.
  • 2004 Dec;20(2):232-236.
PURPOSE: Although popliteal artery injuries are uncommon, the consequent lack of management protocols may contribute to the high level of outcome morbidity. METHOD: We retrospectively reviewed the records of popliteal...
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Diagnosis and Management of Arterial Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS)

Kim JW, Kang JM, Yun IJ, Lee TS, Ha J, Kim SJ

  • KMID: 1941035
  • J Korean Soc Vasc Surg.
  • 2004 Dec;20(2):224-231.
PURPOSE: Arterial TOS is a rare condition caused by compression of the subclavian artery at the thoracic outlet area, which is composed of the anterior and middle scalene muscles, the...
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Surgical Treatment of Traumatic Aortic Rupture

Son KH, Kim JT, Kim HT, Sun K, Yoon YH, Kim KH, Baek WK

  • KMID: 1941034
  • J Korean Soc Vasc Surg.
  • 2004 Dec;20(2):219-223.
PURPOSE: The thoracic aortic rupture due to a blunt thoracic trauma is a fatal condition and majority of affected patients die before arriving at the hospital. The purpose of this...
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Clinical Results of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm from the Preoperative States

Cho K, Woo J

  • KMID: 1941033
  • J Korean Soc Vasc Surg.
  • 2004 Dec;20(2):214-218.
PURPOSE: Abdominal aortic aneurysm is a complex disease that has too many clinical manifestations for classifying these patients as the ruptured and nonruptured groups. To evaluate the effect of the...
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The Risk Factors Influencing Postoperative Mortality in the Patients with Ruptured Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm

Cho MJ, Yoon HJ, Park JY, Huh S, Kim YW

  • KMID: 1941032
  • J Korean Soc Vasc Surg.
  • 2004 Dec;20(2):208-213.
PURPOSE: The mortality rate for elective repair of abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) has gradually decreased to approximately 5%. However the mortality rate for ruptured AAA (RAAA) has not changed significantly...
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Correlations of Atherosclerotic Risk Factors and Carotid Artery Intima-media Thickness in Healthy Subjects

Jeong GA, Chang JH, Kim SH, Lee CG, Kim DH, Kim YC

  • KMID: 1941031
  • J Korean Soc Vasc Surg.
  • 2004 Dec;20(2):200-207.
PURPOSE: Atherosclerotic risk factors are highly associated with the progression and severity of cerebrovascular disease; the carotid artery intima-media thickness (IMT) correlates well with the known risk factors for atherosclerosis....
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Inhibitory Effect of Inducible Nitric Oxide Synthase Gene Transfer on Intimal Hyperplasia and Fibronectin Expression Induced by Carotid Artery Denudation

Kye BH, Hong SY, Yang KH, Park SC, Park JS

  • KMID: 1941030
  • J Korean Soc Vasc Surg.
  • 2004 Dec;20(2):192-199.
PURPOSE: Intimal hyperplasia is a pathologic condition that is commonly observed with the atherosclerotic change of blood vessels; this condition is usually observed after arterial operation and interventions such as...
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The Effect of Tissue Plasminogen Activator on Intimal Hyperplasia after Balloon Injury to Rat Aorta

Lee JK, Kwun WH, Hwang JS, Suh BY, Kwun KB

  • KMID: 1941029
  • J Korean Soc Vasc Surg.
  • 2004 Dec;20(2):186-191.
PURPOSE: Thrombus formation enhances both neointima formation and clinical restenosis after vascular injury or angioplasty. Thrombotic occlusions and intimal hyperplasia limit the success of vascular reconstructive procedures. Thrombolysis is expected...
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Presidential Address: Past, Present, and Future of Vascular Surgery

Bae JS

  • KMID: 1941028
  • J Korean Soc Vasc Surg.
  • 2004 Dec;20(2):173-185.
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