Dale, W. Andrew
December 1961
Angiology;Dec1961, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p603
Academic Journal
Focuses on the high incidence of recanalization of veins which thrombosed early in the postoperative where delayed phlebography or casual examination of autopsy material would fail to indicate the earlier thrombosis which later resulted in a lumen by the process of recanalization. Incidence of recanalization of thrombus; Dangers of early thrombosis.


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