Percutaneous transluminal interventions of peripheral, renal and carotid artery diseases.

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Dr. Hemang B. Panchal, MD, MPH
Division of Cardiology, Department of Internal Medicine East Tennessee State University Johnson City, TN USA.
Email: hemangbpanchal@gmail.com

Manuscript Topics
Percutaneous interventions of peripheral, renal and carotid arteries are minimally invasive therapies for the treatment of patients with peripheral, renal and carotid artery disease respectively. The main advantages of the endovascular approach are a low complication rate, a high technical success rate, and an acceptable clinical outcome.

We invite researchers and scientists to contribute full text research articles, meta-analyses, reviews, viewpoints or interesting cases regarding important aspects of percutaneous interventions of peripheral artery diseases.

Topics includes (but not limited to)
• Clinically relevant manuscripts on percutaneous interventions of limb arteries, renal arteries and carotid arteries
• Outcomes
• Complications
• Predictors of poor outcomes
• Quality of care
• Cost effectiveness
• New techniques
• Future

Keywords: Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty; peripheral artery disease; stents; renal artery disease; carotid artery stenosis

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The deadline for manuscript submission is 5th August 2015.

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