Bennett-Jones, N.; Murphy, A. Furber
June 1957
Angiology;Jun1957, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p291
Academic Journal
This is a survey of 200 consecutive male patients attending a clinic suffering from intermittent claudication. The following points are discussed: 1. Etiology, especially in relation to type of work and tobacco and alcohol consumption. 2. Methods of investigation. 3. Technique and equipment required for intra-arterial therapy. 4. Results of this type of treatment. 5. Selection of patients for intra-arterial therapy.


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