Albertazzi, Victor J.; Elliott, Thomas E.; Kennedy, James A.
March 1969
Angiology;Mar1969, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p119
Academic Journal
Intermittent claudication, uncommonly found in young people, may be caused by abnormal course of the popliteal artery causing obstruction. The literature on this unusual condition is reviewed and a case is presented wherein incision of the artery was not necessary in treatment.


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