Catchpole, B. N.; Curran, R. C.
April 1959
Angiology;Apr1959, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p99
Academic Journal
Reports on the use of polythene fabric or polyethylene in an arterial prosthesis. Nature of polyethylene; Development of the polythene fabric; Preparation of prosthesis.


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