Superior mesenteric artery aneurysm: 45 years later

Kopatsis, Anthony; D'Anna, John A.; Sithian, Nedunchezian; Sabido, Frederick
March 1998
American Surgeon;Mar1998, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p263
Academic Journal
Presents a case report of superior mesenteric artery aneurysms (SMAAs). Process of the treatment 45 years after the first successful resection; Information about the condition of the patient; Risk factors associated with SMAAs.


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