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Vol. 19 No. 4 (2023): December
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Published: 2024-03-03

Original Article

  • Characteristics of lower-limb peripheral arterial disease in women

    Marta Vasconcelos, Patrício Costa, Rita Alonso, Joana Ferreira
  • The influence of treatment decision on compliance with medication for patients with asymptomatic carotid artery stenosis – a cross-sectional study

    Francisco Basilio, Patrícia Carvalho, Andreia Coelho, Ricardo Gouveia, João Peixoto, Luís Fernandes, Marta Machado, Alexandra Canedo

Review Article

  • Effectiveness of statins on haemodialysis patients with concomitant peripheral arterial disease – a narrative review

    Celso Nunes, Juliana Sousa, Vânia Oliveira, Eduardo Silva, Leonor Baldaia, Miguel Silva, Luis Orelhas, Manuel Fonseca
  • A closer look at aortic seat belt injuries: review of 52 cases published in the last 60 years

    Eduardo Silva, Vânia Constâncio, Celso Nunes, Leonor Baldaia, Miguel Castro, Luís Orelhas, Mário Moreira, Manuel Fonseca
  • Mid and long-term results of the Supera® stent in femoropopliteal obstructive disease: a comprehensive analysis of the literature

    Andreia Pinelo, Luís Loureiro, Carlos Veterano, Henrique Rocha, João Castro, Rui Machado

Clinical Case

  • Quasi-iatrogenia vascular – dois relatos de caso

    Patrícia Pires, Gonçalo Sousa, Ana Afonso, João Vieira, Gil Marques, Ana Gonçalves, Pedro Barroso, António Gonzalez, Maria José Ferreira
  • Calciphylaxis: a rare cause of limb ulcer – a case report

    Roberto Cunha, Manuel Silva, Vítor Carneiro, Pedro Sousa, Mafalda Correia, Isabel Vieira, Isabel Cássio, Nelson Oliveira, Emanuel Dias
  • Extra-cranial internal carotid aneurysm repair – the importance of technical details

    Andreia Pinelo, Daniel Mendes, Duarte Rego, Luís Loureiro, Rui Machado
  • Pseudoaneurysm after partial nephrectomy managed by selective angiographic embolization – a case report

    Roberto Cunha, Manuel Silva, Pedro Sousa, Mafalda Correia, Isabel Vieira, Isabel Cássio, Nelson Oliveira, Emanuel Dias

Vascular Image

  • Monocuspid neovalve for deep venous reflux treatment

    Sérgio Silva, Nelson Camacho
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Angiologia e Cirurgia Vascular is the official journal of SPACV, the Sociedade Portuguesa de Angiologia e Cirurgia Vascular. It publishes peer reviewed articles is the official publication of the Portuguese Society of Angiology and Vascular Surgery. It is a peer reviewed journal that offers free publication and free access. Papers from all over the world are most welcome, namely from Portuguese speaking countries. We accept manuscripts in Portuguese and English. We are planning to apply for Medline indexation, so join us and take part in this project. Send us interesting case reports, your original papers and reviews. Letters to the editor will be published in short time and papers will be published online as soon as they will be accepted.