Vascular Surgery, 5th ed, Robert B. Rutherford Editor, W.B. Saunders, 2000.
This is the standard book for vascular surgeons in training and serves as the text of reference for summary presentations for vascular rounds done by the Fellow.
Vascular Surgery: A Comprehensive Review, 5th ed. W. Moore Editor, 1998.
This is a companion book for the annual Vascular Conference review course, attended by vascular surgeons or fellows, which has been generously subsidized by corporate funds. This is an excellent summary source that complements Rutherford's textbook.Current Therapy in Vascular Surgery, 4th ed, C. Ernst Editor, 2001.
This is another reference which contains valuable chapters on specific topic's in vascular surgery . One of the book's main strengths is the perspective of the specific problem from an experienced individual's point of view.
Complications in Vascular Surgery. V. Bernhard Editor.
This book's strength is its detailed emphasis on complications in vascular surgery. Excellent summary chapters are available.
This is the companion book to Rutherford's Vascular Surgery textbook.
Vascular Laboratory and Noninvasive Vascular Diagnosis 3d ed. Bernstein Editor.
This the one of the most comprehensive textbooks of non-invasive vascular diagnosis available.
Duplex Ultrasound Strandness DE
A standard textbook for vascular surgeons involved in Duplex Ultrasound by one of the main pioneers in vascular ultrasound.
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