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Volume 3 Issue 4 October 2021 ISSN 2732-7175
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The Hellenic Society of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery leads the effort to re-publish and upgrade the Society's official scientific journal. The journal, entitled "Hellenic Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery", will be published in English to have a greater scientific impact and reach beyond the borders of Greece. HJVES is aimed at any specialty dealing with patients with arterial, venous and lymphatic diseases. Thus, contribution from the fields of vascular surgery, interventional radiology, anesthesiology, angiology, diabetology, cardiology and any other that involves some kind of vascular pathology is welcomed. We therefore invite everyone that is interested to submit his/her scientific work, including original studies, systematic reviews, interesting cases, technical aspects and other interesting articles in the field of vascular surgery, vascular imaging, intravascular techniques as well as in the prevention and treatment of vascular diseases. In particular, endovascular techniques and reports on the emerging technology are also encouraged.

The journal will be published by the Publisher Press "ROTONDA PUBLICATIONS", based in Thessaloniki, and will be available free of charge in electronic form (pdf), through its’ website. Submission and publication of articles will be also free of charge. All articles will be subjected to "peer review" by external peer reviewers who are specialized in the field of the subject in order to improve and harmonize them with the structure of the journal. The thematic and lead publishers will make the final decision for publication, while the Journal is committed decisions not to delay more than 40 days from submission. The process of "peer review" is considered necessary both to ensure the quality of the magazine and its possible future acceptance by international databases and PubMed in particular.

Publishing Information

NHellenic Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery is published by "ROTONDA PUBLICATIONS" for the Hellenic Society of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery

Contents: May 2022 • Volume 4 • Issue 1

EDITORIAL 

Stroke after thoracic endovascular aortic aneurysm repair. Can we “plug” this phenomenon? Georgios Karaolanis MD, PhD
Vascular Unit, Department of Surgery, University of Ioannina, and School of Medicine, Ioannina, Greece

 

Pages: 1- 2

 

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Thoraco-Aorto-Bi-Femoral Bypass for extensive aorto-iliac disease in patients with anatomic constraints for standard infrarenal aortic bypass Christos V. Ioannou, Stella Lioudaki, Emmanouil Tavlas, Nikolaos Daskalakis, Alexandros Kafetzakis, Christos Chronis, Kyriaki Papageorgiou, IfigeniaTzartzalou, George Tzouliadakis, Alexandra Papaioannou*, Nikolaos Kontopodis

Vascular Surgery Unit, Department of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery & *Department of Anesthesiology, University of Crete Medical School, Heraklion, Crete, Greece

 

Pages: 3 - 8

 

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Near occlusion of the internal carotid artery: interventional or conservative treatment?
Part I: Clinical scenario John D. Kakisis, Constantine Antonopoulos, George Geroulakos

Department of Vascular Surgery, School of Medicine, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, “Attikon” University Hospital, Athens, Greece

 

Pages: 9- 10

 

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Near occlusion of the internal carotid artery: interventional or conservative treatment?

Part II: For the motion. Carotid near occlusion should be treated conservatively Vangelis G. Alexiou

Vascular Unit, Department of Surgery, University of Ioannina and School of Medicine, Ioannina, Greece

 

Pages: 11 - 12

 

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Near occlusion of the internal carotid artery: interventional or conservative treatment?

Part III: Against the motion. Carotid near occlusion should be treated interventionally Alexandros Giosdekos

2nd Department of Vascular Surgery, Medical School, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Laikon Hospital, Athens, Greece


Page: 13 - 14

 

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Early results of cyanoacrylate glue closure of the great saphenous vein in venous insufficiency Petros K. Chatzigakis, Aikaterini- Karolina Zianika, Georgios Geropapas, Alexios Kalamaras, Vasileios Katsikas, Georgios C. Kopadis

Department of Vascular Surgery “G. Gennimatas” Athens General Hospital, Athens, Greece.

 

Page: 15 - 22

 

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Effects of early Manual Lymphatic Drainage in the prevention of secondary lymphoedema in breast cancer patients.

A literature Review Alexios Klonis BSc (Hons), MBBChir, MA1 , Marina-Eleni Kloni BSc, MSc, MA, MSCP2,

Prodromos Papapavlou3 , Anastasia Constandinidou MSc, MRC4.

1 Department of Anaesthesia, Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK

2 Physiotherapist, Department of Physiotherapy, Larnaca General Hospital, Pandoras, Larnaca, Cyprus

3 Head of Department of Angio-surgery, Metropolitan Hospital, Piraeus, Greece

4 Medical Oncologist, Bank of Cyprus Oncology Centre, Strovolos, Cyprus

 

Page: 23 - 29

 

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The results of the Greek vascular society from the vascular e-Learning during the COVID-19
pandemic (EL-COVID) survey: a comparison to the global results
Nikolaos Patelis1,2*, Kyriaki Kakavia2* , Theodosios Bisdas1 , Zaiping Jing3 , Jiaxuan Feng3,
Matthias Trenner4 , Nyityasmono Tri Nugroho5 , Paulo Eduardo Ocke Reis6 , Stephane Elkouri7,
Alexandre Lecis8 , Lamisse Karam9 , Dirk Le Roux10, Mihai Ionac11, Marton Berczeli12, Vincent Jongkind13,
Kak Khee Yeung14, Athanasios Katsargyris15,1, Efthymios Avgerinos16,1, Demetrios Moris17, Andrew Choong18,
Jun Jie Ng18, Ivan Cvjetko19, George A. Antoniou20, Phillipe Ghibu21, Alexei Svetlikov22, Fernando Gallardo Pedrajas23,
Harm Ebben13, Hubert Stepak24, Andrii Chornuy25, Sviatoslav Kostiv25, Stefano Ancetti26, Niki Tadayon27,
Akli Mekkar28, Leonid Magnitskiy29, Liliana Fidalgo Domingos30, Sean Matheiken31, Eduardo Sebastian Sarutte Rosello32,
Arda Isik33, Georgios Kirkilesis2 , Sotirios Georgopoulos2 * Equally contributing as first authors

1 Third Department of Vascular Surgery, Athens Medical Center, Greece
2 National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
3 Vascular surgery department, First affiliated hospital to Navy medical university, Shanghai, PR China
4 Klinikum rechts der Isar, School of Medicine, Technical University of Munich, Germany
5 Faculty of Medicine University of Indonesia - Cipto Mangunkusumo National Hospital, Indonesia
6 Federal University Fluminense, Brazil
7 Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal, Canada
8 Centre Hospitalier de Troyes, France
9 Hotel Dieu de France Hospital, Lebanon
10 University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
11 University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Romania
12 Semmelweis University, Hungary
13 Amsterdam University Medical Center, The Netherlands
14 VU Medical Center, The Netherlands Volume 4 • Issue 1 • 2022
15 Paracelsus Medical University, Klinikum Nurenberg, Germany
16 University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, USA
17 Duke University Medical Center, USA
18 National University of Singapore, Singapore
19 University Hospital Merkur, Croatia
20 Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, UK
21 University Hospital Hairmyres, UK
22 Vascular & endovascular surgery Center, National Scientific-Clinical Memorial Hospital, "Professor I.I. Mechnikov", NorthWestern Medical University, The Russian Federatio
23 Hospital Quironsalud Málaga, Spain
24 Poznan University of Medical Sciences, Poland
25 Ternopil University Clinic, Ukraine
26 University of Bologna, Italy
27 Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Iran
28 CHU Titi Ouzou, Algeria
29 Pirogov City Hospital No1, The Russian Federation
30 Hospital Clínico Universitario de Valladolid, Spain
31 Bedford Hospital NHS Trust, UK
32 Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay
33 Erzincan Binali Yildirim University, Turkey.

 

Page: 30 - 36

 

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Aortobifemoral graft infection treated with an in situ bovine pericardial self-made bifurcated graft John D. Kakisis, Andreas Lazaris,
Alexandra Terzoglou, Nikolaos Krinos, George Pappas, Andreas Panagiotopoulos, John Theodosopoulos, Anastasios Pyliotis, Constantine Antonopoulos,
Christos Verykokos, George Sfyroeras, George Geroulakos

Department of Vascular Surgery, School of Medicine, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, “Attikon” University Hospital, Athens, Greece

 

Page: 37 - 41

 

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A custom-made endograft for the treatment of an abdominal aortic aneurysm with an ectopic pelvic kidney
Andreas M. Lazaris, MD1 , Aikaterini Poulou, MD1 , Nikolaos Krinos, MD1 , Konstantina Katseni, MD1,
Patrick Bohan2 , Stavros Spiliopoulos, MD3 , Elias Brountzos, MD3 , Georgios Geroulakos, MD1

1 Vascular Surgery Department, School of Medicine, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Attikon Teaching Hospital, Athens, Greece

2 Medical Affairs, Terumo Aortic, Sunrise, FL, USA

3 2nd Department of Radiology, Division of Intereventional Radiology, School of Medicine, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Attikon Teaching Hospital, Athens, Greece

 

Page: 42 - 46

 

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Hard copy of the Journal is available upon request to:

[email protected]

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