Wood, Newell E.
March 1967
Angiology;Mar1967, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p156
Academic Journal
A longitudinal arteriotomy of the femoral artery in puppies was closed under microvascular technique. On one side, multiple fine running sutures of 7-0 silk were used. On the other side, a basting suture of the same material was employed and the arteriotomy line was reinforced with vascular glue. In both series, an 89 per cent patency rate without evident stenosis was obtained during the 6- to 8-week follow-u)) period. Both methods seem to offer an acceptable fashion in which to reconstruct small arteries.


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