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  • 76 b/w illus. 34 colour illus.
  • Page extent: 434 pages
  • Size: 246 x 189 mm
  • Weight: 1.142 kg

Library of Congress

  • Dewey number: 616.13
  • Dewey version: 22
  • LC Classification: RC691 .M35 2007
  • LC Subject headings:
    • Blood-vessels--Diseases
    • Blood vessels--Diseases--Treatment
    • Blood vessels--Diseases--Pathophysiology
    • Vascular Diseases--physiopathology
    • Vascular Diseases--therapy

Library of Congress Record


 (ISBN-13: 9780521860635)

This textbook provides an up-to-date account of the mechanisms and pathophysiology of vascular disease, and the current treatment options open to vascular surgeons. As the scientific basis of vascular disease advances rapidly, it is critical that clinicians have access to relevant information written specifically for vascular surgeons. This account reviews the impact of these scientific advances on established and emerging treatment options. Experts from Australia, North America and Europe have contributed to basic topics such as atherosclerosis, restenosis, thrombosis and haemostasis, ischaemia-reperfusion injury, sepsis, vascular haemodynamics and wound healing. More applied topics such as pain syndromes in vascular surgery and the diabetic foot are also covered in this textbook. This will be a core text for all vascular surgical trainees and is especially appropriate for advanced trainees and consultants wishing to refresh their knowledge base.

• Covers topics designed to complement basic science modules in vascular curriculum • Clearly explains pathophysiology of vascular disease rather than clinical vascular topics • Pitched at an appropriate level for vascular surgeons and trainees


1. The vascular endothelium: structure and function V. Limaye and M. Vadas; 2. Vascular smooth muscle cells: structure and function Philip Chan; 3. Vascular haemodynamics Michael Lawrence-Brown, Kurt Liffman and James Semmens; 4. Haemostasis: a clinician's perspective Douglas Coghlan and Donald J. Adam; 5. Hypercoagulability and vascular disease Stella Vig; 6. The role of platelets in vascular disease Paul D. Hayes and Natalie J. Hayes; 7. Atherosclerosis Qingbo Xu; 8. Mechanisms of plaque rupture K. J. Molloy and I. M. Loftus; 9. Current and emerging therapies in atheroprotection Stephen J. Nicholls and Philip J. Barter; 10. Molecular approaches to revascularization in peripheral vascular disease Mark J. Mccarthy and Nicholas P. J. Brindle; 11. Raynaud's phenomenon: the vasculitides and fibromuscular dysplasia Dean Patterson, Donald J. Adam, Robert A. Fitridge and Jill Belch; 12. Vascular biology of restenosis Richard D. Kenagy; 13. Restenosis: treatment options current and future John Bingley, Julie Campbell, Gordon Campbell and Philip Walker; 14. Pathogenesis of abdominal aortic aneurysms: a review J. Evans and M. M. Thompson; 15. Remodelling and AAA Janet Powell; 16. Pharmacological treatment of aneurysms J. Evans, J. T. Powell and M. M. Thompson; 17. SIRS, sepsis and multi-organ failure in vascular surgery J. I. Spark; 18. Pathophysiology of reperfusion injury P. A. Cowled, P. E. Laws, D. M. Roach and R. A. Fitridge; 19. Compartment syndromes Matthew Bown and Robert Sayers; 20. Pathophysiology of pain Stephan A. Schug, Helen C. S. Daly and Kathryn J. D. Stannard; 21. Post amputation pain syndromes Stephan A. Schug and Gail Gillespie; 22. Treatment of neuropathic pain Stephan A. Schug and Kathryn J. D. Stannard; 23. Principles of wound healing Gregory S. Schultz, Gloria A. Chin, Lyle Moldawer and Robert F. Diegelmann; 24. Varicose veins: principles and vascular biology Rachel C. Sam, Stanley H. Silverman and Andrew W. Bradbury; 25. Chronic venous insufficiency and leg ulceration: principles and vascular biology Michael Stacey; 26. Pathophysiology and principles of management of the diabetic foot Michael Stacey and Robert Fitridge; 27. Lymphodema: principles, genetics and pathophysiology Tahir Ali and Kevin Burnand; 28. Graft materials past and future George Hamilton; 29. Graft infections M. Vicaretti and J. Fletcher.


V. Limaye, M. Vadas, Philip Chan, Michael Lawrence-Brown, Kurt Liffman, James Semmens, Douglas Coghlan, Donald J. Adam, Stella Vig, Paul D. Hayes, Natalie J. Hayes, Qingbo Xu, K. J. Molloy, I. M. Loftus, Stephen J. Nicholls, Philip J. Barter, Mark J. Mccarthy, Nicholas P. J. Brindle, Dean Patterson, Donald J. Adam, Robert A. Fitridge, Jill Belch, Richard D. Kenagy, John Bingley, Julie Campbell, Gordon Campbell, Philip Walker, J. Evans, M. M. Thompson, Janet Powell, J. T. Powell, J. I. Spark, P. A. Cowled, P.E. Laws, D. M. Roach, R. A. Fitridge, Matthew Bown, Robert Sayers, Stephan A. Schug, Helen C. S. Daly, Kathryn J. D. Stannard, Gail Gillespie, Gregory S. Schultz, Gloria A. Chin, Lyle Moldawer, Robert F. Diegelmann, Rachel C. Sam, Stanley H. Silverman, Andrew W. Bradbury, Michael Stacey, Tahir Ali, Kevin Burnand, George Hamilton, M. Vicaretti, J. Fletcher

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