Bart Edward Muhs MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Surgery (Vascular); Co-Director, Endovascular Program

Research Interests

Endovascular surgery; Dynamic aortic and sidebranch motion; Minimally invasive surgery; Vascular imaging; Improving vascular outcomes; Fenestrated endografts; Branched endografts; Stent technology

Selected Publications

  • Muhs BE, Teutelink A, Prokop M, Vincken KL, Moll FL, and Verhagen HJM. EVAR Alters Renal Artery Conformation: Dynamic Implications for Renal Sidebranched Endografts. J Endovasc Ther. Aug;13(4):476- 80:2006.
  • Verhoeven ELG, Muhs BE, Zeebregts CJ, Tielliu IFJ, Prins TR, Bos WTGJ, Oranen BI, Moll FL, and van den Dungen JJRM. Fenestrated and Branched Stent-grafting After Previous Surgery Provides a Good Alternative to Open Redo Surgery. Euopeanr J Vasc Endovasc Surgery Aug 21:2006
  • Verhoeven ELG, Tielliu IFJ, Muhs BE, Bos WTGJ, Zeebregts CJ, Prins TR, Oranen BI, and van den Dungen JJRM. Fenestrated and Branched Stent-grafting: Five Years Experience. Acta Surg Belg May-Jun;106(3):317- 22:2006.
  • van Herwaarden JA, Bartels LW, Muhs BE, Vincken KL, Lindeboom MYA, Teutelink A, Moll FL, and Verhagen HJM. Dynamic MRA of the Aneurysm Neck: Conformational Changes During the Cardiac Cycle with Possible Consequences for Sizing and Future Design. J Vasc Surgery Jul;44(1):22-8:2006
  • Teutelink A, Rutten A, Muhs BE, Olree M, de Vos, A, Prokop M, Moll FL, and Verhagen HJM. Dynamic Cine-CT Angiography for the Evaluation of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms; Insight in Dynamic Changes with Implications for Endograft Design. J Endovascular Therapy Apr;13(2):139-44:2006

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