Elbaz, Claude
January 1976
Angiology;Jan1976, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p65
Academic Journal
Investigates the bilateral entrapment of popliteal artery in a young girl. Irregularity of the pathological conditions of the popliteal arteries due to an anomalous relation between the artery and the internal gemellus; Effect on the stretching of the artery and its external compression by the muscle. Manifestation on the post-traumatic arterial condition of the arterial stenosis.


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