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Tapered arteriovenous grafts do not provide significant advantage over nontapered grafts in upper extremity dialysis access.
Patients with end-stage renal disease have poor outcomes after endovascular abdominal aortic aneurysm repair.
Snuffbox arteriovenous fistulas have similar outcomes and patency as wrist arteriovenous fistulas.
Removal of infected arteriovenous grafts is morbid and many patients do not receive a new access within 1?year.
Femoral vein transposition is a durable hemodialysis access for patients who have exhausted upper extremity options.
Intraoperative Heparin Use during Upper Extremity Arteriovenous Access Creation Does Not Affect Outcomes.
Patients with lower extremity dialysis access have poor primary patency and survival.
Patients with human immunodeficiency virus infection do not have inferior outcomes after dialysis access creation.
Perioperative and long-term outcomes after percutaneous thrombectomy of arteriovenous dialysis access grafts.