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View PDF Reprints. The understanding of the progressive nature of aortic disease is evolving; therefore, the approach to endovascular aneurysm repair EVAR must also evolve. As a chronic condition that requires long-term management, the ability to achieve a durable repair becomes the central consideration and objective. This is true as much for EVAR as it is has been for open surgical repair. The questions to be asked and answered, however, focus on the factors that need to be considered and the decisions that need to be made to provide the best possible durable repair for the patient at any age and with aortic disease at any stage of progression. In pursuit of the answers, we have asked a group of experienced physicians to present articles that attempt to further our understanding of the progressive nature of aortic disease. To begin, we wanted to hear the perspectives of Professor Stephan Haulon, who has extensive experience with advanced aortic disease. In the following discussion, Professor Haulon shares his perspective on the principles he adopts to achieve a long-term durable repair.
Shadman Islam, the year-old Bangladesh opener, made a fine impression on his Test debut with a noteworthy hand of 76 against the Windies on Day 1 of the Dhaka Test. On the back of Shadman's well-measured innings, the home side reached a respectable for 5 at stumps. Shadman, who compiled an innings of 73 in the practice match against the same opponent, noted that the warm-up game helped in his preparation to face the Windies bowling unit. Shadman also said that the senior players in the Bangladesh camp encouraged him to play his natural game. They asked me not to do anything extra and play my natural game without taking any kind of extra pressure.
Afghanistan overcame the elements that separated them from a remarkable Test victory over Bangladesh and one of cricket's great heartbreaks. After the umpires gave them Full scorecard. With around an hour left to play, Zahir Khan had Shakib Al Hasan caught behind off the first ball in the final session after they made a second restart. Shakib tried a cut shot to a wide delivery, perhaps unnecessary at a time when survival was the only option.