Fongi, Enrique; Buzzi, Alfredo; Berra, Jorge
October 1958
Angiology;Oct1958, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p290
Academic Journal
A case of hydatic embolism of the left superficial femoral artery is reported, associated with thrombophilia, hyperglobulinemia, hyperfibrinogemia, and exaggerated coagulability of the blood. The clinical and pathologic findings are discussed and a brief review of the literature is made.


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