Over the course of my career I have had the opportunity too learn from many very talented, knowledgeable and compassionate physicians. In this collection of short essays, I hope to pass back to others tidbits of knowledge that I have learned during my career. Many of these articles have been inspired by patients that I have seen that struggled to get the care they needed.
Arterial and Venous testing in patients with lower extremity ulcers
Cholesterol embolization is an infrequent sequelae after lower extremity revascularization.
It is important to recognize that there are 2 types of PCS, primary and secondary as their treatments differ.
Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and its more severe variant critical limb ischemia (CLI) can be notoriously difficult to diagnose.