Demos, Nicholas J.
July 1971
Angiology;Jul/Aug1971, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p428
Academic Journal
Discusses the use of autogenous vein grafting for the treatment of arteriosclerotic occlusion. Efficacy of the method; Use of the method in revascularization of the ischemic upper extremity; Considerations for the use of the method on patients with varicose veins.


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