Palou, J.
December 1960
Angiology;Dec1960 Part 1, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p518
Academic Journal
Discusses the identification of malignant hypertension caused by ascendent aortoiliac thrombosis. Resolution of hypertension by means of nephrectomy; Emphasis on the advantage of an aorography and the possibility of resolving the case surgically; Preservation of the patient's blood pressure.


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