Ziffren, Sidney E.
December 1957
Angiology;Dec1957, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p489
Academic Journal
The author has reviewed the surgical treatment of occlusive arterial disease. Sympathectomy and thromboendarterectomy have been discussed. The advantages and disadvantages of arterial homografts, vein grafts, and prostheses in vessel replacement and in by-pass procedures have been pointed out. The results of the several procedures by different surgeons have been presented.


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