Foley, William T.
July 1962
Angiology;Jul1962, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p330
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the infections in peripheral vascular disease. Peripheral vascular conditions seem to be the blind spot of many physicians,basically because the subject is not well covered in medical schools. A typical case will illustrate common errors and highlight basic principles of good management. One month after starting therapy, sharp localization of the lesion occurred. After another month, two previous black areas sloughed out and granulations formed. By the next month, there was epithelial growth.


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