Ficarra, Bernard J.
October 1967
Angiology;Oct1967, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p599
Academic Journal
An instance wherein an indwelling polyethylene venous catheter broke in the forearm (wrist) of a patient is presented. The findings at operation, the method of handling the case, and the legal implications concerned therewith have been discussed.


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