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Division of Vascular Surgery

Our trainees experience large volumes of complex endovascular cases

Endovascular repair of aortic aneurysm has long been a substantial component of the Vascular Surgical Training Program. Initiated in 1993, this program has resulted in the clinical trials of several investigational devices and continues to evaluate new technology. Fellows experience large volumes of complex endovascular aortic cases, making the trainee highly skilled at the conduct of these procedures upon completion of the training program. A large volume of open direct aortic reconstruction is also available and has gradually and continually increased each year. A rich experience in peripheral arterial stenting along with stent grafting for complex atherosclerosis is provided, as well as the open surgical reconstructive options for peripheral occlusive and renovascular disease.

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