Beninson, Joseph
January 1961
Angiology;Jan1961, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p38
Academic Journal
Recalls the author's experience in applying pressure-gradient therapy for leg ulcers. Superiority of the new method over other known therapies for the disease; Citation of a case in which a patient was successfully treated with the method; Emphasis on the importance of maintaining the healed state through out the therapy.


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