Lesser, Arthur J.
December 1963
Angiology;Dec1963, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p576
Academic Journal
A new vein stripper is presented which facilitates stripping by simultaneous internal and external application. The stem of the stripper is insulated, permitting use of cautery; this allows for better hemostasis and reduces the required number of incisions.


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