Congenital Subclavian Arterial Aneurysm In a Four Year Old Male

Taheri, syde A.
December 1974
Angiology;Dec1974, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p769
Academic Journal
Looks into aneurysms. Use of selective transfemoral arteriography to operate the right subclavian artery of a patient; Age of the patients examined; Identification of the causes of peripheral aneurysms in infancy and childhood.


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