Norman, A. G.
December 1956
Angiology;Dec1956, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p523
Academic Journal
Evaluates the significance of a venous cough impulse in the short saphenous vein. Implication for the absence of long saphenous incompetence in cases of venous cough impulse; Signs on the complete absence of deep venous valves above the origin of the short saphenous vein; Etiology of the cases of venous cough impulse.


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