Case Files with Dr. George

This case demonstrates the successful recanalization of a calcified SFA-CTO in a patient with chronic kidney disease using no contrast and minimal fluoroscopy via imaging-guided catheters. | Read More

The authors present a case of pseudodissection seen angiographically post CTO crossing, which was accurately assessed as eccentric plaque using OCT imaging and treated using an OCT-guided directional atherectomy device, preventing bail-out stenting… | Read More

The authors describe a rare case of delayed stent migration from the right popliteal vein to the right popliteal artery, resulting in pulmonary embolism that was successfully managed using snare retrieval and ultrasound-enhanced catheter-directed… | Read More

The authors report a case of percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) in the right coronary artery via femoral access after failed right radial PCI. | Read More

The authors present a rare case of May-Thurner Syndrome resulting in paradoxical embolism through a patent foramen ovale. | Read More

AbstractPopliteal artery aneurysm (PAA) is the most commonly encountered peripheral arterial aneurysm in vascular medicine. Surgical correction has been the gold standard of therapy with endovascular techniques using covered stent grafts having… | Read More

AbstractCurrent guidelines favor a surgical approach for treatment of complex peripheral arterial disease that is diffuse and severe in nature. However, standard open surgical therapies, although durable, are associated with increased perioperative… | Read More

AbstractAs technology and expertise continue to expand in the endovascular treatment of peripheral arterial disease, revascularization rates are progressively improving. An integral component of this success is due to the development of re-entry… | Read More

AbstractVenous thromboembolic disease (VTE), including deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolus, is a frequent occurrence in clinical medicine. Isolated inferior vena cava (IVC) thrombus, however, is a rare finding. Current treatment options for… | Read More