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- Peripheral arterial occlusive disease operative case volume in the final years of 5+2 and 0+5 vascular training paradigmsSurgeryVol. 166Issue 2
- PreviewPeripheral arterial occlusive disease constitutes a substantial portion of clinical practice in vascular surgery and, as such, trainees must graduate with proficiency in endovascular and open procedures to become capable vascular surgeons. Case volume for 0+5 integrated vascular surgery residents in the chief and junior years was compared with their 5+2 fellowship counterparts for the treatment of peripheral arterial occlusive disease.