LePage, James R.; Pratt Jr., Avery D.; Sorondo, Emilio
January 1973
Angiology;Jan1973, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p62
Academic Journal
Reports on the complications involved in intravascular catheter rupture. Capacity of the reformed shape of the distal end of the catheter to irregularly treat the femoral artery on removal of the catheter; Occurrence of changes in the site of rupture with differential catheter design; Influence of wall composition or size of catheter to cause serious variance in the usual pattern of rupture.


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