Bergan, John J.; Kaupp, Harry A.; Trippel, Otto H.
May 1969
Angiology;May1969, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p249
Academic Journal
The Surgical treatment of 13 atheroselerotic aneurysms of the common femoral artery appearing in 8 patients is reviewed. The patterns of involvement of the profunda femoris artery are described and the principle of total arterial reconstruction following aneurysmectomy is reemphasized.


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