Olsen, Viggo B.; Sauter, Kendall E.
March 1965
Angiology;Mar1965, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p121
Academic Journal
Presents a case of 76-year-old white woman with embolism involving the superior mesenteric artery. Difficulty in the diagnosis of the disease; Signs and symptoms; Description of arteriotomy.


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