Eminent Editorial Board Members

Sai Ravi Shanker
India
Journal of Vascular Surgery and Research

Journal of Vascular Surgery and Research (JVSR) is an international peer-reviewed journal, it provides the reliable source of current information on procedures, clinical advances, and major aspects of general surgery. This journal offers an open-access platform to the authors to publish their research outcome and thus help in promoting Surgery research.

RECENT ARTICLES
Severe Residual Tricuspid Regurgitation with a Flail Leaflet Following Endovascular Pacing Wire Removal
A 71-year-old man with a dual chamber pacemaker presented for a pacemaker lead extraction under general anesthesia. Two months prior to this admission, he had pyrexia and chills and was admitted to our hospital. Six separate blood cultures grew group...
A Rare Case Report of Venous Thromboembolism in a Child
Thromboembolism, or the development of a clot within blood vessels, can occur in arteries or veins. Venous thromboembolism (VTE), a leading cause of adult morbidity and mortality, has a lower incidence in children than in adults and carries significa...
Spontaneous Rupture of Dilated Thoracic Duct in Lymphangioleiomyomatosis
A 55 year old female patient was diagnosed 15 years ago within lymphangioleiomyomatosis By a laparoscopic ovarian biopsy. Since then the patient was treated hormonally. ...
False Aneurysm of an Axillo-Femoral Bypass
A 71 year old female cardiopulmonary high-risk patient received a one-piece left axillo-femoral bypass due to critical ischaemia without interventional options. ...
Extra-Anatomical Iliac-Popliteal Bypass for Post-Radiotherapy Occlusion of the Left Femoral Bifurcation
This article presents a case of extra-anatomical bypass surgery after previous local resection of a sarcoma and subsequent radiotherapy of the proximal left thigh....
Persistent Sciatic Arteries Presenting with Acute Limb Ischaemia; A Report of Two Cases and Literature Review
Persistent sciatic artery (PSA) is a rare anatomical anomaly which commonly presents with acute lower limb ischaemia among other possible modes of presentation...
Carotid Free Floating Thrombus: Description of a New Technique of Stent Retriever Treatment
The carotid free floating thrombus (FFT) is an infrequent and therefore little studied cause of stroke. Different alternatives of medical and surgical treatment have been described, without demonstrating that one is better than the other. In recent y...
Unusual Case of May-Thurner Syndrome and Varicose Veins
May-Thurner syndrome is a rare condition resulting from the compression of the left common iliac vein between the right common iliac artery and the spine potentially leading to venous outflow obstruction [1]. This images illustrates the case of a 66-...
Acute Arterial Occlusions in Patients with COVID-19: Results and Outcomes
In this paper, we aimed to describe a case series report of four patients that were admitted in the emergency room of our vascular and endovascular surgery department with acute arterial occlusion after a diagnosis of Covid-19 infection. The first pa...
Quantitative Evaluation of Venous Function Improvement After EntelonĀ® Administration in Patients with Chronic Venous Insufficiency Using A 4D Flow MRI: A Pilot and Prospective Study
Four-dimensional (4D) flow MRI was used to objectively assess changes in blood flow velocity in chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) patients who underwent stocking treatment and stocking combined with EntelonĀ® (Hanlim Pharm Co. Ltd, Seoul, Korea) tre...