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Paulo Eduardo Ocke Reis
Specialist in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Professor and Chief of the Vascular Surgery Service
University Hospital Antonio Pedro / Federal University Fluminense, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon, Professor of Vascular Surgery at UFF-Rio de Janeiro-Brazil and UFRJ-Rio de Janeiro Brazil doctor. Experience in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery. Medical degree from Universidade Federal Fluminense-RJ-Brazil in 1988.Fellow in General Surgery in HUAP-RJ. Fellow in Vascular Surgery at the Central Hospital of the Military Police-RJ-Brazil. Specialist in Vascular Surgery by SBACV / AMB and expert Angioradiology and Endovascular Surgery, SBACV / AMB / SBR. Professor of Vascular Surgery at the Federal Fluminense University linked to the Department of General Surgery and Specialized. Professor of the Graduate Program in Cardiovascular Sciences at the Universidade Federal Fluminense-Rio de Janeiro-Brazil. Coordinator of the Vascular Surgery Service of the University Hospital Antonio Pedro; UFF-Brazil since 2001. Fellow -Vascular Researcher- Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York (2004/2005), stage in 2001 at the University Hospital at Yale University - USA. PhD in Morphological Sciences at UFRJ in - Postgraduate Program in Morphological Sciences with PhD thesis entitled - Impact of angiogenic therapy for lower limb ischemia in an animal model . Editor-Chief Journal of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery and EJVES Short Reports Editorial Board - Associate Editor.
Aortopathies (aortic diseases), aneurysms, aortic syndromes, diseases in the carotid (plates, dissection and trauma), aortic aneurysms and all other peripheral aneurysms (popliteal, iliac, femoral, renal, digestive arteries etc) .Oclusions and renal stenosis and mesenteric ischemia. Performs Interventional procedures: arteriography, embolization, balloon angioplasties, stents and conventional vascular surgery. Obstructive atherosclerotic arterial disease of the lower and upper limbs (patients with intermittent claudication, critical limb ischemia and stenosis and acute arterial occlusions), arterial thromboembolism, venous disease, DVT, pulmonary embolism, vena cava thrombosis, femoropopliteal thrombosis .