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Vascular Medicine

Abdominal aortic aneurysm refers to a progressive weakening of the aortic wall that causes dilation or "ballooning" of the vessel. The aneurysm will grow larger and eventually rupture if it is not diagnosed and treated.

Carotid artery disease occurs when the major arteries in your neck become narrowed or blocked. This narrowing or blockage may lead to stroke or "brain attack."

Peripheral artery disease is a circulatory condition that occurs when the arteries that deliver oxygenated blood from the heart to the body become narrowed. Blood flow to your legs is reduced, causing symptoms such as leg pain when walking.

Thoracic aortic aneurysm is a weakening and subsequent expansion of a section of the aorta, the body’s main blood vessel. The bulging section of the aorta can rupture, leading to internal bleeding and possible death.

Thoracic outlet syndrome refers to a variety of conditions that develop when the blood vessels in the space between your collarbone and first rib are constricted or compressed. Symptoms may include numbness or tingling in your arms or hands, pain in your neck, shoulder or hand, discoloration (blue tinge) in your hand or fingers, and weak or easily-fatigued arms or hands.

Thoracoabdominal aneurysm occurs when the aorta wall weakens and expands in the area between your chest and your abdomen. If the wall bursts, life-threatening bleeding can occur. Symptoms may include dull to sharp pain in the abdomen, chest, lower back or groin.

Varicose veins are swollen veins that you can see through your skin. They often look blue, bulging and twisted. If left untreated, varicose veins may worsen over time. Large varicose veins can cause aching and fatigue as well as skin changes like rashes, redness, and sores.

Deep vein thrombosis is a blood clot of the deep veins. This condition can be dangerous if the clot breaks free, travels through your bloodstream, and lodges in your lung, heart or, less commonly, your brain.

Chronic venous insufficiency occurs when the valves in your veins become weak causing the blood to pool in your legs and cause swelling and sometimes pain. Advanced weakening may lead to skin color changes and ulcerations.

Visceral artery disease occurs when the arteries that deliver blood from the heart to the intestines, spleen, and liver narrow, reducing blood flow to these locations. When blood flow is reduced to the intestines, pain after eating and weight loss can occur.

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  • Examining the Development of Operative Autonomy in Vascular Surgery Training and When Trainees and Program Directors Agree and Disagree.

    Huynh, Cindy; Da Cunha Godoy, Lucas; Kuo, Chia-Ling; Smeds, Matthew; Amankwah, Kwame SAnnals of vascular surgery2021 Apr;

  • Ensuring Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in the Society for Vascular Surgery A Report of the Society for Vascular Surgery Task Force on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.

    Aulivola, Bernadette; Mitchell, Erica L; Rowe, Vincent L; Smeds, Matthew R; Abramowitz, Steven; Amankwah, Kwame S; Chen, Huiting Tina; Dittman, James M; Erben, Young; Humphries, Misty D; Lahiri, Julie A; Pascarella, Luigi; Quiroga, Elina; Singh, Tej M; Wang, Linda J; Eidt, John FJournal of vascular surgery2020 Dec;

  • Utilization of Intravascular Ultrasound and Aptus Heli-Fx EndoAnchors for a Complex Type Ia Endoleak Repair.

    Feghali, Anthony; Clegg, Devin J; Bailey, Phillip; Amankwah, Kwame SAnnals of vascular surgery2020 Sep;

  • Burnout and its relationship with perceived stress, self-efficacy, depression, social support, and programmatic factors in general surgery residents.

    Smeds, Matthew R; Janko, Matthew R; Allen, Steven; Amankwah, Kwame; Arnell, Tracey; Ansari, Parswa; Balters, Marcus; Hess, Donald; Ferguson, Elizabeth; Jackson, Patrick; Kimbrough, Mary K; Knight, David; Johnson, Melissa; Porter, Michael; Shames, Brian D; Schroll, Rebecca; Shelton, Julia; Sussman, Jeffrey; Yoo, PeterAmerican journal of surgery2019 Jul;

  • A Hybrid Procedure for Suprarenal Aneurysm after Previous Aortobifemoral and Visceral Vessel Bypass.

    Amankwah, Kwame S; Costanza, Michael JEuropean journal of vascular and endovascular surgery : the official journal of the European Society for Vascular Surgery2018 Jun;55(6):904

  • Guidelines for hospital privileges in vascular surgery and endovascular interventions: Recommendations of the Society for Vascular Surgery.

    Calligaro, Keith D; Amankwah, Kwame S; D'Ayala, Marcus; Brown, O William; Collins, Paul Steven; Eslami, Mohammad H; Jain, Krishna M; Kassavin, Daniel S; Propper, Brandon; Sarac, Timur P; Shutze, William P; Webb, Thomas HJournal of vascular surgery2018 May;67(5):1337-1344

  • Effects of Mentorship on Graduating Vascular Surgery Trainees.

    Smeds, Matthew R; Huynh, Cindy; Thrush, Carol R; Moursi, Mohammed M; Amankwah, Kwame SAnnals of vascular surgery2017 Oct;44234-240

  • A multi-institutional experience in adventitial cystic disease.

    Motaganahalli, Raghu L; Smeds, Matthew R; Harlander-Locke, Michael P; Lawrence, Peter F; Fujimura, Naoki; DeMartino, Randall R; De Caridi, Giovanni; Munoz, Alberto; Shalhub, Sherene; Shin, Susanna H; Amankwah, Kwame S; Gelabert, Hugh A; Rigberg, David A; Siracuse, Jeffrey J; Farber, Alik; Debus, E Sebastian; Behrendt, Christian; Joh, Jin H; Saqib, Naveed U; Charlton-Ouw, Kristofer M; Wittgen, Catherine M; Vascular Low-Frequency Disease ConsortiumJournal of vascular surgery2017 Jan;65(1):157-161

  • Thoracic Endovascular Aortic Repair for Blunt Traumatic Rupture of a Penetrating Atherosclerotic Ulcer.

    Huynh, Cindy; Jain, Sumeet V; Costanza, Michael J; Amankwah, Kwame SThe American surgeon2016 Nov;82(11):315-316

  • Sustained Elevation in Monocyte Levels in Diabetic Patients after Infrainguinal Revascularization

    M Kollisch-Singule, B Sadowitz, Q Meng, MJ Costanza, KS AmankwahJ of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery2016 Jan;1(1):1-9

  • Utilization of Intravascular Ultrasound for the Evaluation and Management of Lower Extremity Malperfusion in a Type B aortic dissection

    R Duhani, A Oluwafisayo, KS AmankwahJournal for Vascular Ultrasound2016 Jan;40(4):171-173

  • Utilization of Intravascular Ultrasound to Assess Invasion in Pancreatic Cancer Post Chemoradiation Therapy

    A Feghali, KS Amankwah, A Goldenberg, M Karmel, C MendenhallJ of Vascular Medicine and Surgery2016 Jan;4(3):1-4

  • Abdominal aortic aneurysm repair in nonagenarians.

    Hughes, Kakra; Abdulrahman, Hamdi; Prendergast, Tahira; Rose, David A; Ongu'ti, Sharon; Tran, Daniel; Cornwell, Edward E; Obisesan, Thomas; Amankwah, Kwame SAnnals of vascular surgery2015 Feb;29(2):183-8

  • Bilateral lower extremity acute thromboembolism as first presentation for cancer in a child: an interesting report.

    Stein, Jeffrey J; Boyes, Christopher; Costanza, Michael J; Amankwah, Kwame S; Corpron, Cynthia A; Gahtan, VivianJournal of pediatric surgery2012 Nov;47(11):2123-5

  • External compression of the superior mesenteric artery by the median arcuate ligament.

    Stein, Jeffrey J; Costanza, Michael J; Rivero, Mariel; Gahtan, Vivian; Amankwah, Kwame SVascular and endovascular surgery2011 Aug;45(6):565-7

  • Outcome of lower extremity revascularization for peripheral artery occlusive disease: is there a difference between men and women?

    Seymour, Keri A; Sadowitz, Benjamin; Amankwah, Kwame S; Gahtan, VivianVascular2011 Apr;19(2):59-67

  • Ultrasound accelerated catheter directed thrombolysis for pulmonary embolus and right heart thrombus secondary to transvenous pacing wires.

    Amankwah, Kwame S; Seymour, Keri; Costanza, Michael J; Gahtan, VivianVascular and endovascular surgery2011 Apr;45(3):299-302

  • Ultrastructural localization of filamentous actin within neuronal interphase nuclei in situ.

    Amankwah, K S; De Boni, UExperimental cell research1994 Feb;210(2):315-25

  • Percutaneous recanalization of the occluded iliac artery: examples, techniques, and complications.

    Amankwah, Kwame S; Costanza, Michael J; Gahtan, VivianVascular and endovascular surgery41(5):440-7

  • Transabdominal duplex ultrasonography for bedside inferior vena cava filter placement: examples, technique, and review.

    Amankwah, Kwame S; Seymour, Keri; Costanza, Michael; Berger, Jeremy; Gahtan, VivianVascular and endovascular surgery43(4):379-84

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    Welcome to the Vascular Surgery Fellowship program

    Our vascular surgery fellowship is two-year ACGME-accredited program that allows the fellows to be exposed to a variety of arterial and venous disease. The fellows will rotate through UConn John Dempsey Hospital, Hartford Hospital and the Hospital of Central Connecticut. At each institution, dedicated faculty will supervise the fellows to provide them the volume and complexity of both open and endovascular procedures to easily fulfill fellowship case requirements to graduate.

    In addition to clinical operative responsibilities the fellows will participate in outpatient clinics and the non-invasive vascular laboratory learning to interpret venous, peripheral arterial and cerebral systems under the direction of board-certified vascular faculty. Fellows are required to complete the Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation (RPVI) exam by the end of their training.

    As an academic program, research and education are important components of the fellowship. As future vascular surgeons, fellows are expected to teach, supervise and lead the team of medical students, surgery residents and physician providers on the vascular service. Vascular fellows are expected to initiate a research project that will continue throughout their training. Submission of research to regional or national meetings is expected. It is anticipated that the fellow present and/or publish one research project per year of training. If the research is accepted, travel to these meetings is funded by the division. Educational conferences which include a weekly mortality and morbidity conference, basic science conference, and a monthly journal club will be organized by the fellows.

    Following successful completion of the training program and obtaining their RVPI our fellows are eligible for certification in Vascular Surgery by the American Board of Surgery. Our trainees have been competitive candidates for the professional position of their choice, including both private and academic practices.

    Thank you for interest in our program.

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    First Procedure Performed in UConn Health's Hybrid OR
  • Area Deprivation Index Score Is Associated with Lower Rates of Long Term Follow-up after Upper Extremity Vascular Injuries.

    Boutrous, Mina L; Tian, Yuqian; Brown, Daniel; Freeman, Carl A; Smeds, Matthew RAnnals of vascular surgery2021 Apr;

  • Operative management of an incidental portal vein aneurysm in the setting of an incarcerated congenital diaphragmatic hernia.

    Sura, Tej A; Boutrous, Mina L; Ruiz, Miriam I; Williams, Michael SJournal of vascular surgery cases and innovative techniques2021 Mar;7(1):64-67

  • Predictors of Aneurysm Sac Shrinkage Utilizing a Global Registry.

    Boutrous, Mina L; Peterson, Brian G; Smeds, Matthew RAnnals of vascular surgery2020 Sep;

  • Stent-Graft Length Is Associated with Decreased Patency in Treatment of Central Venous Stenosis in Hemodialysis Patients.

    Boutrous, Mina L; Alvarez, Alejandro C; Okoye, Obi T; Laws, Jennifer C; Jacobs, Donald L; Smeds, Matthew RAnnals of vascular surgery2019 Aug;59225-230

  • Disparity between recent graduates' and experienced surgeons' assessment of time to operative independence.

    Hui, Dawn S; Lee, Richard; Moon, Marc R; Edwards, Melanie A; Boutrous, Mina L; Luc, Jessica G Y; Prager, Richard L; Naunheim, Keith SThe Journal of thoracic and cardiovascular surgery2019 May;157(5):1925-1932

  • Fenestrated Plus Sandwiched-Reverse-Snorkel Technique for Endovascular Repair of a Pararenal Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm with Complex Renal Artery Anatomy

    Xu PJ, Boutrous ML, Jacobs DLAnn Vasc Surg2017 May;41(1):11-12

  • Outcome comparison between open and endovascular management of axillosubclavian arterial injuries.

    Branco, Bernardino C; Boutrous, Mina L; DuBose, Joseph J; Leake, Samuel S; Charlton-Ouw, Kristopher; Rhee, Peter; Mills, Joseph L; Azizzadeh, AliJournal of vascular surgery2016 Mar;63(3):702-9

  • Management of Recurrent Delayed Neurologic Deficit After Thoracoabdominal Aortic Operation.

    Boutrous, Mina L; Afifi, Rana O; Safi, Hazim J; Estrera, Anthony LThe Annals of thoracic surgery2016 Jan;101(1):346-8

  • Operative Intercostal Nerve Blocks With Long-Acting Bupivacaine Liposome for Pain Control After Thoracotomy.

    Khalil, Kamal G; Boutrous, Mina L; Irani, Adel D; Miller, Charles C; Pawelek, Timothy R; Estrera, Anthony L; Safi, Hazim JThe Annals of thoracic surgery2015 Dec;100(6):2013-8

  • Outcomes of Patients With Acute Type B (DeBakey III) Aortic Dissection: A 13-Year, Single-Center Experience.

    Afifi, Rana O; Sandhu, Harleen K; Leake, Samuel S; Boutrous, Mina L; Kumar, Varsha; Azizzadeh, Ali; Charlton-Ouw, Kristofer M; Saqib, Naveed U; Nguyen, Tom C; Miller, Charles C; Safi, Hazim J; Estrera, Anthony LCirculation2015 Aug;132(8):748-54

  • The predictive value of multidetector CTA on outcomes in patients with below-the-knee vascular injury.

    Branco, Bernardino C; Linnebur, Megan; Boutrous, Mina L; Leake, Samuel S; Inaba, Kenji; Charlton-Ouw, Kristofer M; Azizzadeh, Ali; Fortuna, Gerald; DuBose, Joseph JInjury2015 Aug;46(8):1520-6

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