Long‐term follow‐up of fenestrated endovascular repair for juxtarenal aortic aneurysm. BJS 2017; 104: 1020-1027.
Published: 12th April 2017
Authors: I. N. Roy, A. M. Millen, S. M. Jones, S. R. Vallabhaneni, J. R. H. Scurr, R. G. McWilliams et al.
Fenestrated endovascular aneurysm repair (
This was a retrospective review of all patients who underwent
Some 173 patients underwent
Fenestrated endovascular aneurysm repair for juxtarenal aneurysm is associated with few aneurysm‐related deaths in the long term. Significant numbers of secondary interventions are required, but the majority of these can be performed using an endovascular approach.Full text
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