In situ bypass and extra-anatomic bypass procedures result in similar survival in patients with secondary aortoenteric fistulas

Matthew R. Janko, Karen Woo, Robert I. Hacker, Donald Baril, Jonathan Bath, Matthew R. Smeds, Vikram S. Kashyap, Zoltan Szeberin, Gregory A. Magee, Ramsey Elsayed, Andrew Wishy, Rebecca St. John, Adam Beck, Mark Farber, Fernando Motta, Wei Zhou, Gary Lemmon, Dawn Coleman, Christian Alexander Behrendt, Faisal AzizJames Black, William Shutze, H. Edward Garrett, Giovanni De Caridi, Christos D. Liapis, George Geroulakos, John Kakisis, Konstantinos Moulakakis, Stavros K. Kakkos, Hideaki Obara, Grace Wang, Pascal Rhéaume, Victor Davila, Reid Ravin, Randall DeMartino, Ross Milner, Sherene Shalhub, Jeffrey Jim, Jason Lee, Celine Dubuis, Jean Baptiste Ricco, Joseph Coselli, Scott Lemaire, Javairiah Fatima, Jennifer Sanford, Winston Yoshida, Marc L. Schermerhorn, Matthew Menard, Michael Belkin, Stuart Blackwood, Mark Conrad, Linda Wang, Sara Crofts, Thomas Nixon, Timothy Wu, Roberto Chiesa, Saideep Bose, Jason Turner, Ryan Moore, Justin Smith, Rocco Ciocca, Jeffrey Hsu, Martin Czerny, Jonathan Cullen, Andrea Kahlberg, Carlo Setacci, Jin Hyun Joh, Eric Senneville, Pedro Garrido, Timur P. Sarac, Anthony Rizzo, Michael R. Go, Martin Bjorck, Hamid Gavali, Anders Wanhainen, Peter F. Lawrence, Jayer Chung

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