Vascular Surgery, 6th Edition - 2-Volume Set
By Robert B. Rutherford, MD, FACS, FRCS(Glasg.)
Approx. 2736 pages, 900 ills.
Trim size 8 1/2 X 10 7/8 in.
This definitive 2-volume set provides encyclo¬pedic, authoritative coverage of all aspects of vascular surgery. The exhaus¬tively revised and completely updated 6th Edition incorporates greater coverage of endovascular applications through¬out, along with fresh approaches to key areas such as vascular access, imaging, and non-operative man¬agement. In addition, it is now available as a multimedia , offering readers enhanced reference power plus weekly updates for the life of the edition.
With 165 additional contributing experts
“Rutherford has established one of the premier texts in the field...Well done and up to date…An excellent source for all of us who are perpetual students of vascular surgery.”—JAMA
Features more than 2/3 either brand-new or extensively revised chapters, with the remainder updated as appropriate.
Provides an increased emphasis on endovascular procedures throughout, including 13 chapters devoted solely to the topic plus a completely new section on basic endovascular techniques.
Delivers a totally revised section on vascular access.
Covers all of the latest vascular imaging techniques.
Offers a completely new section on non-operative patient management.
This edition is also available in a multimedia electronic web-based "E-dition" that includes the book…access to a fully searchable, state-of-the-art website—updated every week by Dr. Rutherford—for the life of the edition…and an image bank available on the E-dition.
Table of Contents
Section I Basic Consideration for Clinical Practice
1 Essentials of Clinical Evaluation 2 Selection of Patients for Vascular Treatments 3 Essential Considerations in Evaluating the Results of Treatment 4 Maintaining a Computerized Vascular Registry 5 Proper Outcomes Assessment 6 Standardized Reporting Practices
Section II Basic Vascular Science
7 Emgryology of the Vascular System and Developmental Anomalies 8 Vascular Biology: Basic Considerations 9 Vascular Physiology: Essential Hemodynamic Principles 10 Artery Wall Pathology in Atherosclerosis 11 Intimal Hyperplasia: Basic Response to Vascular Injury and Reconstruction 12 Molecular Biology and Gene Therapy in Vascular Disease
Section III The Vascular Diagnostic Laboratory: Basic Techniques
13 The Vascular Diagnostic Laboratory: Basic Considerations 14 Physiologic Assessment of Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease 15 Physiologic Assessment of the Venous System 16 Arterial Duplex Scanning 17 Venous Duplex Scanning
Section IV Vascular Imaging: Basic Techniques and Applications
18 Principles of Arteriography 19 Principles of Venography 20 3D Image Processing 21 Computed Tomography in Vascular Disease 22 Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Angiography 23 Intravascular Ultrasound
Section V Arterial Diseases: Basic Considerations
24 Atherosclerosis and Atherogenesis 25 Buerger's Disease (Thromboangiitis Obliterans) 26 Takayasu's Disease: Nonspecific Aortoarteritis 27 Arterial Fibrodysplasia 28 Uncommon Arteriopathies 29 Arterial Aneurysms: Etiologic Considerations
Section VI Bleeding and Clotting: Fundamental Considerations
29 Normal and Abnormal Coagulation 30 Antithrombotic Therapy 31 Thrombolytic Agents and Their Actions 32 Perioperative Considerations: Coagulopathy and Hemorrhage 34 Vascular Thromboses Due to Hypercoagulable States
Section VII Non Operative Management of Patients With Vascular Diseases
35 Overview: Medical Management in a Vascular Surgery Practice 36 Medical Management of Atherosclerosis: Control of Risk Factors 37 Medical Treatment of Intermittent Claudication 38 Hyperglycemia, Diabetes, and Syndrome X 39 Hypertension and the Vascular Patient 40 Pain Management
Section VIII Open Vascular Surgery: Basic Considerations
41 General Strategies: Choice of Procedure and Technique 42 Vascular Exposures 43 Basic Vascular Surgical Techniques 44 Techniques for Thromboembolectomy of Native Arteries and Bypass Grafts Endarterectomy 45 Vascular Conduits: An Overview 46 Autogenous Grafts 47 The Modified Biograft 48 Prosthetic Grafts
Section IX Endovascular Surgery: Basic Considerations
49 Training in Endovascular Surgery 50 Access and Basic Catheter Techniques 51 Basic Techniques of Endovascular Aneurysm Repair 52 Catheter Directed Thrombolytic Therapy 53 Complications of Percutaneous and Endovascular Interventions
Section X Complications of Vascular Surgery and Ischemic Prevention and Management
54 Overview 55 Cardiac Complications: Screening and Prevention 56 Respiratory Complications in Vascular Surgery 57 Renal Complications 58 Infection in Prosthetic Vascular Grafts 59 Anastomotic and Other Aneurysms 60 Aortoenteric Fistula 61 Ischemic Neuropathy 62 Lymphatic Complications of Vascular Surgery 63 Postoperative Sexual Dysfunction After Aortoiliac Interventions 64 Postoperative Graft Thrombosis: Prevention and Management
Section XI Acute Limb Ischemia
65 Acute Limb Ischemia 66 Arterial Thromboembolism 67 Atheromatous Embolization
Section XII Vascular Trauma
68 Epidemiology and Natural History of Vascular Trauma 69 Carotid and Vertebral Artery Injuries 70 Thoracic Vascular Trauma 71 Abdominal Vascular Injuries 72 Vascular Injuries of the Extremities 73 Compartment Syndromes: Recognition and Management 74 Causalgia and Post-traumatic Pain Syndromes
Section XIII Management of Chronic Ischemia of the Lower Extremities
75 The Chronically Ischemic Leg: An Overveiw 76 Natual History and Nonoperative Treatment of Chronic Lower Extremity Ischemia 77 Evaluation of Patients with Lower Extremity Arterial Occlusive Disease 78 Direct Reconstruction for Aortoiliac Occlusive Disease 79 Extra-Anatomic Bypass 80 Infrainguinal Bypass 81 Profundaplasty: Primary and Secondary Applications 82 Secondary Arterial Reconstructions in the Lower Extremity Ischemia 83 Endovascular Surgery in the Management of Lower Extremity Ischemia 84 Lumbar Sympathectomy: Indications and Technique 85 Non-atheromatous Causes of Chronic Infra-inguinal Ischemia 86 Management of Foot Lesions in the Diabetic Patient 87 Vasculogenic Impotence
Section XIV Neurovascular Conditions Involving the Upper Extremity
88 Overview 89 Evaluation of Acute and Chronic Ischemia of the Upper Extremity 90 Atherosclerotic Occlusive Disease of Brachiocephalic Arteries 91 Upper Extremity Revascularization 92 Distal Occlusive and Vasospastic Diseases Involving Distal Upper Extremity Arteries-Raynaud's Syndrome 93 Neurogenic Thoracic Outlet Syndrome 94 Arterial Complications of Thoracic Outlet Compression 95 Axillary-Subclavian Vein Thrombosis 96 Upper Extremity Sympathectomy 97 Occupational Vascular Problems
Section XV Arterial Aneurysms
98 Overview 99 Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms 100 Endovascular Treatment of Aortic Aneurysms 101 Ruptured Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms 102 Thoracoabdominal Aortic Aneurysm 103 Aortic Dissection: Perspectives for the Vascular / Endovascular Surgeon 104 Lower Extremity Aneurysms 105 Upper Extremity Aneurysms 106 Splanchnic Artery Aneurysms 107 Infected Aneurysms
Section XVI Arteriovenous Fistulae, Congenital Vascular Malformations and Vascular Tumors
108 Overview 109 Diagnostic Evaluation of Arteriovenous Fistulae and Congenital Vascular Malformations 110 Arteriovenous Fistulae of the Aorta and Its Major Branches 111 Traumatic Arteriovenous Fistulas 112 Vascular Tumors and Malformations in Childhood 113 The Surgical Management of Congenital Vascular Malformations 114 The Endovascular Management of Congenital Vascular Malformations 115 Vascular Tumores: Diagnosis and Management
Section XVII Arteriovenous Hemodialysis Access
116 Basic Principles and Strategies 117 Venous Transpositions in the Creation of AV Access 118 AV Access Thrombosis and Its Management 119 Non-thrombotic AV Access Complications and Their Management
Section XVIII The Management of Splanchnic Vascular Lesions and Disorders
120 Physiology & Diagnosis of Splanchnic Arterial Occlusion 121 Treatment of Acute Intestinal Ischemia Caused by Arterial Occlusions 122 Diagnosis and Treatment of Non-Occlusive Mesenteric Ischemia 123 Treatment of Chronic Visceral Ischemia 124 Intestinal Ischemia Caused by Venous Thrombosis 125 The Management of Portal Hypertension
Section XIX The Management of Renovascular Disorders
126 Renovascular Disease: An Overview 127 Renal Artery Imaging and Physiologic Testing 128 Renal Artery Fibrodysplasia and Renovascular Hypertension 129 Atherosclerotic Renovascular Disease and Ischemic Nephropathy 130 Endovascular Treatment of Renovascular Disease 131 Open Surgical Repair of Renovascular Disease 132 Renal Artery Aneurysms and Arteriovenous Fistulae 133 Acute Renovascular Occlusive Events
Section XX The Management of Extracranial Cerebrovascular Disease
134 Fundamental Considerations in Cerebrovascular Disease 135 Diagnostic Evaluation and Medical Management of Patients with Ischemic Cerebrovascular Disease 136 Anatomy and Angiographic Diagnosis and Extracranial and Intracranial Vascular Disease 137 The Role of Noninvasive Studies in the Diagnosis and Management of Cerebrovascular Disease 138 Indications and Surgical Technique for Repair of Extracranial Occlusive Lesions 139 Carotid Artery Stenting 140 Vertebrobasilar Ischemia: Indications, Techniques, and Results of Surgical Repair 141 Extracranial Fibromuscular Arterial Dysplasia 142 Aneurysms of the Extracranial Carotid Artery 143 Management of Uncommon Lesions Affecting the Extracranial Vessels 144 Postoperative Management and Complications Following Carotid Endarterectomy
Section XXI The Management of Venous Disorders
145 Introduction and General Considerations 146 Pathophysiology and Natural History of Acute Deep Venous Thrombosis 147 Clinical and Diagnostic Evaluation of Patients with Suspected Deep Venous Thrombosis 148 Prevention and Medical Treatment of Acute Deep Venous Thrombosis 149 Catheter Based Interventions for Acute Deep Venous Thrombosis 150 Surgical Thrombectomy for Acute Deep Vein Thrombosis 151 Caval Interruption Procedures 152 Superficial Thrombophlebitis: Diagnosis and Management 153 Pathophysiology and Natural History of Chronic Venous Insufficiency 154 Classification and Clinical and Diagnostic Evaluation of Patients With Chronic Venous Insufficiency 155 Non Operative Management of Chronic Venous Insufficiency 156 Sclerotherapy, Surgical and Endovenous Treatment of Varicose Veins 157 The Management of Perforator Vein Incompetence 158 The Surgical Treatment of Deep Venous Valvular Incompetence 159 Surgical Treatment of Chronic Occlusions of the Iliocaval Veins 160 Endovascular Treatment of Chronic Occlusions of the Iliocaval Veins 161 Endovascular Treatment of Superior and Inferior Vena Cava Occlusions 162 Evaluation and Management of Malignant Tumors of the Inferior Vena Cava 163 Surgical Treatment of Superior Vena Cava Syndrome
Section XXII The Management of Lymphatic Disorders
164 Lymphedema: Introduction and General Considerations 165 Lymph Circulatory Dynamics, Lymphagiogenesis, and Pathophysiology of the Lymphvascular System 166 Clinical Diagnosis and Evaluation of Lymphedema 167 Nonoperative Management of Chronic Lymphedema 168 Surgical Treatment of Chronic Lymphedema and Chylous Complications
Section XXIII Extremity Amputation for Vascular Disease
169 Overview 170 Lower Extremity Amputation: Indications and Patient Evaluation 171 Lower Extremity Amputation: Technique and Perioperative Care 172 Lower Extremity: Perioperative Complications 173 Lower Extremity: Natural History and Functional Outcome 174 Upper Extremity Amputation 175 Revascularization Versus Amputation