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22.01.2016 | Karotisstenose | Übersichten

Endovaskuläre vs. konventionelle Gefäßchirurgie – antiquiertes Denken?

Teil 2: Karotisstenose und periphere arterielle Verschlusskrankheit

verfasst von: Prof. Dr. E. S. Debus, D. Manzoni, C.-A. Behrendt, F. Heidemann, R. T. Grundmann

Erschienen in: Die Chirurgie | Ausgabe 4/2016

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Zusammenfassung

Die endovaskuläre Gefäßchirurgie hat die konventionelle operative Gefäßchirurgie in weiten Bereichen verdrängt. Dies hat dazu geführt, dass beide Techniken vielerorts als miteinander konkurrierende Verfahren angesehen werden. Evidenzbasierte Daten aus randomisierten Studien, Metaanalysen und klinischen Registern belegen jedoch zunehmend deutlich, dass sich die beiden Technologien komplementär ergänzen. Dabei ist es von der jeweiligen Grunderkrankung und der Anatomie abhängig, welcher der beiden Vorgehensweisen der Vorzug zu geben ist – wobei auch die kombinierte Nutzung beider Verfahren (Hybridtechnik) sinnvoll sein kann. Die vorliegende Übersicht konzentriert sich auf die Versorgung von Patienten mit Karotisstenose, mit intermittierender Klaudikation sowie mit kritischer und akuter Extremitätenischämie.

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Metadaten
Titel
Endovaskuläre vs. konventionelle Gefäßchirurgie – antiquiertes Denken?
Teil 2: Karotisstenose und periphere arterielle Verschlusskrankheit
verfasst von
Prof. Dr. E. S. Debus
D. Manzoni
C.-A. Behrendt
F. Heidemann
R. T. Grundmann
Publikationsdatum
22.01.2016
Verlag
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Erschienen in
Die Chirurgie / Ausgabe 4/2016
Print ISSN: 2731-6971
Elektronische ISSN: 2731-698X
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00104-015-0149-y

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