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ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Co-morbid conditions responsible for the higher complications and poorer outcome in cardiac and vascular surgery: Time to reconsider hyperhomocysteinaemia and its repercussions.
2.  Vascular anomalies: presentation and response to medical and surgical management, our experiences in last five years.
3.  Foot arterio-venous malformations: A single institutional experience
4.  Subclavian Carotid transposition – A single centre experience
5.  IATROGENIC VASCULAR INJURIES–AN INSTITUTIONAL EXPERIENCE
6.  Pseudoaneurysm of peripheral arteries: Our experience in a community based hospital.
7.  Development of cardiac risk assessment model for vascular surgery patients based on single centre experience
8.  Evaluation of Radio frequency Ablation for Primary Varicose Veins : A preliminary study
9.  Risk Assessment of Varicose Veins among the Traffic Police of Kathmandu Metropolitan City.
10.  Salvage procedures for failing arteriovenous fistula – “an institutional experience”
11.  Ultrasound assisted angioplasty for failing arterio-venous access
12.  Central venous related vascular access problems with ipsilateral upper limb oedema
13.  Venous angioplasty with stenting for obstructive iliac vein lesions- A case series
14.  Ulnar Basilic Arterio Venous Fistula- an useful alternative access for hemodialysis
CASE REPORT
1.  Stentendarterectomy and patch closure of occluded infra renal aortic bare metal stent for critical limb ischemia
2.  A case report of Lipedema with acute bilateral lower limb ischemia
3.  Complete aortic thrombosis in a ruptured mycotic aneurysm due to infection with Burkholderia pseudomallei
4.  Buruli Ulcer: Rare presentation of a chronic non healing ulcer in India