Sejdinaj, Isa; Powers, Richard C.; Khazei, Hassan
January 1971
Angiology;Jan1971, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p9
Academic Journal
A brief reivew of the literature with regard to pathologic description of atberomatous occlusive disease involving extracranial vessels is carried out. An effort is made to classify the types of surgical pathology anticipated on the basis of clinical findings and angiographic studies. Using the angiographic studies as a basis, an effort is made to prognosticate surgical outcome and surgical result, particularly with regard to patient selection and discussion of direct surgery of extracranial vascular disease with the patient.


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