Wellington, J.L.; Martin, Peter
September 1965
Angiology;Sep1965, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p566
Academic Journal
Presents eight cases of thoracic outlet compression with post-stenotic subclavian aneurysms. Onset of ischemic symptoms as indicator for operation; Possible serious thrombo-embolic complications if not treated promptly; Need for the arterial compression to be relieved and the resection of the aneurysm in most cases.


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