Salmon, Peter A.; Assinmocoupolas, C.
November 1965
Angiology;Nov1965, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p690
Academic Journal
Discusses the surgical developments in the anastomosis of blood vessels. Progress in the use of the ring and pin devices; Introduction of tissue adhesives permitting the performance of sutureless anastomosis; Usability of needle holders in the procedure.


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