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  • December 2002 | Volume 15 - Issue 12
    NIV is a valuable tool in screening for peripheral arterial disease. The cost of NIV studies is substantially less in comparison to arteriography.
    By Dana Giacalone, DPM, and Khurram Khan, DPM
    13,972 reads | 0 comments | 09/03/08
    When it comes to peripheral vascular disease, you can use many modalities to detect and evaluate this disease. Arteriography is the gold standard and provides excellent anatomic detail, but it is invasive and requires ionizing radiation and administration of contrast. It also provides very limited physiologic or functional information. Indeed, it’s important to be aware of the role of noninvasive testing measures (see “When NIV Studies Are Warranted”). After all, Pellerito, et. al., pointed out it’s advantageous to use noninvasive vascular (NIV) evaluation prior to angiography in ord... continue reading
    Clinical Editor: Howard Dananberg, DPM
    23,503 reads | 0 comments | 09/03/08
    As December arrives, patients who enjoy winter sports begin to think about skiing. Ski boot technology has come a long way in recent years, with many comfort features added to complement the performance the boots are designed to provide. Patients will often ask your opinion as to what they need and how they can enhance their skiing. With this in mind, our expert panelists offer their opinions. Q: What are the most interesting advances now available in ski boots for the upcoming season? A: In the past five years, ski boots have moved in a few directions, according to Ben Wax, CPe... continue reading