Professor and Chief, Division of Vascular Surgery
East Carolina Heart Institute at ECU
115 Heart Drive, Greenville, NC 27834
Carter, J. J., Kardys, C. M. , Chapman, W. H. , Wilson, B. C. , Sheets, K. A. , Parker, FM. Bogey, WM. Powell, CS., (2009). Caval dynamics: A prospective anatomical and physiological study of the human vena cava during laparoscopic surgery. Journal of Surgical Research, 151 (2), 293-294.
Stoner, M. C., deFreitas, D. J. , Manwaring, M. L. , Carter, J. J. , Parker, F. M. , & Powell, C.S., (2008). Cost per day of patency: Understanding the impact of patency and reintervention in a sustainable model of healthcare. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 48 (6), 1489-1496.
Phade, S. V., deFreitas, D. J. , Powell, C. S. , & Stoner, M. C. (2007). Evolution of bacterial arteritis into a mycotic aortic aneurysm. Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, 41 (2), 158-160.
Kardys, C., Stoner, M., Bogey, W., Parker, F., & Powell, S. (2007). Use of The intravascular ultrasound imaging to improve the use of inferior vena cava filters in a high-risk bariatric population. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 46 (6), 1248-1252.
Powell, C. S. & Horne, C. (2007). The BullNo.%No.* of for-profit quality rating schemes. Contemporary Surgery, 63 (12), 593-594.
Powell, C. (1998). Autologous Superficial Femoral Vein for Aortic Reconstruction in Infected Fields. Annals of Vascular Surgery, 13(1), 32-35.
Powell, C. (1998). Telemedicine and Endovascular Aortic Grafting. American Journal of Surgery, 177, 1-3.
Powell, C. (1998). Duplex-Directed Thrombin Injection as a Method to Treat Femoral Artery Pseudoaneurysms. Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 187 (4), 464-466.
Powell, C. (1998). Bifurcated Endovascular Grafting for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm. Annals of Vascular Surgery, 13 (1), 23-31.
Powell, C. (1992). Abdominal Surgery. Surgical Resident Curriculum, 71-74.
Powell, C. (1992). Vascular Surgery. Surgical Resident Curriculum, 65-69.
Powell, C. (1992). Endocrine Surgery. Surgical Resident Curriculum, 63-64.
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