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Interventional radiology is an area of clinical diagnosis and management that is highly technique-oriented. Therefore, the format of this quarterly journal, which combines the visual impact of an atlas with the currency of a journal, lends itself perfectly to presenting the topics. Each issue is guest edited by a leader in the field and is focused on a single clinical technique or problem. The presentation is enhanced by superb illustrations and descriptive narrative outlining the steps of a particular procedure. Interventional radiologists, neuroradiologists, vascular surgeons and neurosurgeons will find this a useful addition to the clinical literature.
Techniques in Vascular and Interventional Radiology is a quarterly review publication for physicians and allied health professionals interested in image-guided minimally-invasive therapies. Its mission is to improve patient care by educating interventionalists on the latest techniques in catheter-based therapies from experts in the field.
2012 Topics, Volume 15:
Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency
Balloon-occluded Transvenous Obliteration: BRTA and BATO
Joao Martins Pisco