In-situ bypass is associated with superior infection-free survival compared with extra-anatomic bypass for the management of secondary aortic graft infections without enteric involvement

Matthew R. Janko, Grant Hubbard, Martin Back, Samir K. Shah, Eniko Pomozi, Zoltan Szeberin, Randall DeMartino, Linda J. Wang, Sarah Crofts, Michael Belkin, Victor J. Davila, Gary W. Lemmon, Shihuan K. Wang, Martin Czerny, Maximilian Kreibich, Misty D. Humphries, William Shutze, Jin Hyun Joh, Sungsin Cho, Christian Alexander BehrendtCarlo Setacci, Robert I. Hacker, Marcone Lima Sobreira, Winston Bonetti Yoshida, Mario D'Oria, Sandro Lepidi, Roberto Chiesa, Andrea Kahlberg, Michael R. Go, Anthony N. Rizzo, James H. Black, Gregory A. Magee, Ramsey Elsayed, Donald T. Baril, Adam W. Beck, Graeme E. McFarland, Hamid Gavali, Anders Wanhainen, Vikram S. Kashyap, Jordan B. Stoecker, Grace J. Wang, Wei Zhou, Naoki Fujimura, Hideaki Obara, Andrew M. Wishy, Saideep Bose, Matthew Smeds, Patric Liang, Marc Schermerhorn, Mark F. Conrad, Jeffrey H. Hsu, Rhusheet Patel, Jason T. Lee, Christos D. Liapis, Konstantinos G. Moulakakis, Mark A. Farber, Fernando Motta, Jean Baptiste Ricco, Jonathan Bath, Joseph S. Coselli, Faisal Aziz, Dawn M. Coleman, Frank M. Davis, Javairiah Fatima, Ali Irshad, Sherene Shalhub, Stavros Kakkos, Qianzi Zhang, Peter F. Lawrence, Karen Woo, Jayer Chung

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