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Explore the Journal of Critical Limb Ischemia (JCLI), a quarterly international peer-reviewed journal and online clinical resource for those treating chronic limb threatening ischemia.

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Original Contribution

The definition and treatment of critical limb-threatening ischemia (CLTI) have been evolving, recognizing the importance of early recognition and aggressive treatment required for those patients. In this article, the authors discuss the historical definitions of CLTI and provide an overview of how the management of patients with CLTI has developed, including surgical and endovascular interventions.

Original Contribution

In this study and review, the authors aim to provide a focused evaluation of the influence of SES on the care, prevalence, and treatment of peripheral arterial disease and critical limb-threatening ischemia.

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Dr Pliagas discusses his retrospective study, recently published in JCLI, in which he and his co-investigators sought to demonstrate safety and performance of the Terumo Glidesheath Slender for tibiopedal access. Initially, tibiopedal access was considered a very experimental technique, but over the past few years, Dr Pliagas and his colleagues have learned to routinely gain access to vessels from below, using this technique.

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Drs Driver and Neville discuss the crucial component of podiatry in the multidisciplinary treatment of CLTI.

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