John M. Porter mainly investigates Surgery, Vascular disease, Derivation, Artery and Radiology. Vein, Amputation, Reversed vein, Limb salvage and Perioperative are the core of his Surgery study. Vascular disease is a subfield of Internal medicine that John M. Porter tackles.
His work carried out in the field of Derivation brings together such families of science as Aneurysm, Sepsis, Abdominal aorta, Complication and Leukocytosis. His Angiography research includes themes of Duplex scanning, Stenosis and Embolism. John M. Porter works mostly in the field of Infrainguinal bypass, limiting it down to topics relating to Critical limb ischemia and, in certain cases, Intensive care medicine.
John M. Porter spends much of his time researching Surgery, Internal medicine, Radiology, Cardiology and Vascular disease. His Surgery study combines topics in areas such as Anesthesia and Ischemia. His work in the fields of Radiology, such as Angiography, Stenosis, Duplex ultrasonography and Aneurysm, overlaps with other areas such as Duplex.
His Vascular disease study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Prospective cohort study. His Derivation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Popliteal artery, Vein and Reversed vein. His Vascular surgery study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Intensive care medicine.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Surgery, Vascular disease, Internal medicine, Stenosis and Asymptomatic. His study in Surgery is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Coronary artery disease and Duplex scanning. His work deals with themes such as Aneurysm, Stroke, Physical examination, Cohort and Risk factor, which intersect with Vascular disease.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Gastroenterology, Endocrinology and Cardiology in addition to Internal medicine. John M. Porter combines subjects such as Occlusion and Duplex ultrasonography with his study of Stenosis. His Asymptomatic research incorporates themes from Upper limb and Carotid endarterectomy.
His primary areas of study are Surgery, Vascular disease, Duplex scanning, Derivation and Perioperative. Surgery is a component of his Asymptomatic, Upper limb, Survival rate, Femoral vein and Thrombosis studies. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Thrombosis, concentrating on Paracentesis and frequently concerns with Radiology.
His study on Vascular disease is covered under Internal medicine. The Derivation study combines topics in areas such as Sepsis, Aortic aneurysm, Abdominal aorta, Complication and Leukocytosis. In his study, Symptomatic relief, Superior mesenteric artery, Bowel infarction, Aorta and Revascularization is strongly linked to Ischemia, which falls under the umbrella field of Perioperative.
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Recommended standards for reports dealing with lower extremity ischemia: Revised version
Robert B. Rutherford;J.Dennis Baker;Calvin Ernst;K.Wayne Johnston.
Journal of Vascular Surgery (1997)
Reporting standards in venous disease: An update
John M. Porter;Gregory L. Moneta.
Journal of Vascular Surgery (1995)
Correlation of North American Symptomatic Carotid Endarterectomy Trial (NASCET) angiographic definition of 70% to 99% internal carotid artery stenosis with duplex scanning
Gregory L. Moneta;James M. Edwards;Richard W. Chitwood;Lloyd M. Taylor.
Journal of Vascular Surgery (1993)
Present status of reversed vein bypass grafting: Five-year results of a modern series
Lloyd M Taylor;James M. Edwards;John M. Porter.
Journal of Vascular Surgery (1990)
Pentoxifylline efficacy in the treatment of intermittent claudication: multicenter controlled double-blind trial with objective assessment of chronic occlusive arterial disease patients.
John M Porter;Bruce S Cutler;Bok Y Lee;Theobald Reich.
American Heart Journal (1982)
Reporting standards in venous disease
John M. Porter;Robert B. Rutherford;G.Patrick Clagett;John J. Cranley.
Journal of Vascular Surgery (1988)
Classification and grading of chronic venous disease in the lower limbs. A consensus statement
Hugh G. Beebe;John J. Bergan;David Bergqvist;Bo Eklof.
European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery (1996)
Fifteen-year results of ambulatory compression therapy for chronic venous ulcers.
Mayberry Jc;Moneta Gl;Taylor Lm;Porter Jm.
The association of elevated plasma homocyst(e)ine with progression of symptomatic peripheral arterial disease
Lloyd M. Taylor;Robert D. DeFrang;E.John Harris;John M. Porter.
Journal of Vascular Surgery (1991)
Mesenteric duplex scanning: A blinded prospective study ☆ ☆☆
Gregory L. Moneta;Raymond W. Lee;Richard A. Yeager;Lloyd M. Taylor.
Journal of Vascular Surgery (1993)
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