XXIX MLAVS Zagreb 7-9.11.2019. selected topics http://WWW.mlavs-croatia2019.com
Nicos Angelides. Cyprus: Historical Overview of the Mediterranean League of Angiology and Vascular Surgery so far
Reuven Zimlichman, Israel: History of Hypertension and the arterial system
Kolossavary E, Hungary: Vascular registry and administrative data assessments
Christian Bahrendt, Germany: Impact of weekend treatment on short-term and long-term survival after urgent repair of ruptured aortic aneurysms in Germany.
Fernansdes e Fernandes J, Portugal: Impact of endovascular technology in the management of aortic aneurysms – time for reflection and the education of future vascular surgeons.
Hrvoje Gašparović, Croatia: Contemporary aortic root surgery
Csaba Dzsinich, Hungary: Treatment options of complicated Kommerell diverticulae
Tankut Akay, Turkey: Pulmonary endarterectomy for CTEPH (chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension
Hubert Schelzig, Germany: Clinical and technical considerations in patient specific aortic stengraft design
Mladen Gasparini, Slovenia: Is minilaparotomy for the treatment of AAA still an option
Daniel Unić, Croatia: Vascular access options for transcatheter aortic valve implantation
Giselle Marie Ortiiz, Panama: Aortic rupture with contained hematoma – endovascular management
Pl Antignani. Italy: Can we reduce the incidence of postthrombotic syndrome?
Pavel Poredoš, Slovenia: Inflammation and vascular disease
Patrick. H. Carpentier, France: Arterial evaluation in patients with leg ulcers
Nicola Troisi, Italy: Pedal arch in diabetic patients
Jelna Popić, Croatia: Radiation protection in vascular surgery
Oguz karahan, Turkey: Sealing in varicose veins
Tomislav Šipić, Croatia: PTA procedures after previous Vascular surgery
Rajeev Angmapally, USA: Diabetic Ischemic foot …Recognize , Revascularize to prevent Amputation.
Tankut Akay, Turkey: Critical leg ischemia, the ultimate debate, open versus endovascular
Sandeep Raj Pandeey, Nepal: Endovascular management of SFA disease
Leonid Magnitskiy, Russia: Superficial femoral and popliteal artieries long occlusions. Another way of revascularization.
Hrvoje Budinčević, Croatia: The role of ultrasonography in the management of carotid artery disease.
Christos Liapis, Greece: Selected asymptomatic patients should be revascularized: Medical therapy must be optimized”.
Salvatore Novo, Italy: Carotid preclinical atherosclerosis predicts future cardiovascular events.