Hakami, M.; Mosavy, S. H.; Saghafi, M. R.
April 1976
Angiology;Apr1976, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p255
Academic Journal
A patient with rheumatic heart disease developed right renal artery embolism and was treated by renal artery embolectomy. After a brief historical data, etiologic factors, clinicopathologic points, and treatment of the disease have been discussed.


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