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LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  Letter to editor- Preoperative factors predicting the outcomes of arteriovenous fistula surgery.
2.  What to write in each segment of an original article?
EDITORIAL
1.  How informed are you about Informed consent?
INVITED COMMENTARY
1.  INTRODUCTION TO TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH IN VASCULAR SURGERY/MEDICINE
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Association of Coronary artery disease and Peripheral arterial disease in patients undergoing elective open abdominal aortic aneurysm repair
2.  Clinical Profile of Abdominal Aortic aneuryms undergoing open surgical repair - A single centre experience
3.  From Compression to Injections: Prostaglandins Paving A New Direction for Venous Leg Ulcer Treatment
4.  Extending the boundaries of Carotid Body tumor excision with a maxillo-facial surgeon
5.  Six year’s experience of thoracic endovascular aortic repair in patients with thoracic aortic diseases - a single center study
6.  Superficial Venous Thrombosis - Single Centre Experience and Current Recommendations
7.  ANALYSIS OF PATIENTS WITH VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISM IN A MULTI-SPECIALITY TERTIARY HOSPITAL IN SOUTH INDIA
8.  Effect of Academic Detailing on Improvement in Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis for Critically ill and Surgery patients In a Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  Global Vascular Guidelines on the Management of Chronic Limb-Threatening Ischemia – A Brief Purview
HISTORICAL VIGNETTE
1.  Prof. Emerick Szilagyi –An empiricist vascular surgeon
CASE REPORT
1.  “Internal iliac artery pseudoaneurysm communicating with orthotopic neobladder” – A rare complication of radical cystectomy.
2.  ENDOVASCULAR STENTING OF SPONTANEOUS ISOLATED DISSECTION OF SUPERIOR MESENTERIC ARTERY (SID–SMA) – A CASE REPORT.
3.  EMERGENCY ENDOVASCULAR MANAGEMENT OF RUPTURED MYCOTIC ANEURYSM OF ILIAC ARTERY USING “BARE STENT-GRAFT TECHNIQUE” – A CASE REPORT.
4.  TREATMENT OF INFECTED AORTIC ANEURYSMS: CASE REPORTS AND REVIEW OF LITERATURE
5.  Bovine pericardial graft for revascularization of the lower limb following mycotic aneurysm complicating infective endocarditis
6.  Tunneled hemodialysis catheter placement in persistent left superior vena cava: A rare but potential hemodialysis vascular access
7.  Distalisation of Left Subclavian Artery for Cerebral Revascularization during Hybrid Repair of Complex and Contained Rupture of Aortic Arch Aneurysm
8.  IDIOPATHIC PROXIMAL ULNAR ARTERY ANEURYSM – A CASE REPORT
9.  VASCULAR LEIOMYOMA OF THE LEG
10.  JET FLOW ANEURYSM OF INFERIOR MESENTERIC ARTERY
11.  Leiomyosarcoma of Inferior Vena Cava - An Institutional Experience
12.  Management of Intact Giant Fusiform Aneurysm of Distal Aortic Arch with impeding Risk of Rupture Using Midline Sternotomy: A Case Report
13.  HAEMOPHILIC PSEUDOTUMOR OF ABDOMEN: A RARE CASE REPORT
14.  Ilio-ilial crossover graft: revival of an old technique; A report of two cases
15.  INADVERTENT CAROTID-JUGULAR CONDUIT – AN UNCOMMON YET DREADED JUGULAR VENOUS CATHETERISATION COMPLICATION
16.  A case of renal artery and multiple splenic artery aneurysms managed by Heterotopic renal autotransplantation with splenectomy and proximal splenorenal shunt
17.  Case report of ulnar artery aneurysm in 5 month old with review of literature
18.  Giant aneurysm of Ileo-colic artery presenting as abdominal mass
19.  A RARE CASE REPORT OF EXTENSIVE EXTRACRANIAL ICA ANEURYSM AND ITS ENDOVASCULAR MANAGEMENT