Unusual Takayasu's Arteritis: Case Report

Camici, M.; Pentimone, F.; Evangelisti, L.; Pingitore, R.
February 1984
Angiology;Feb1984, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p104
Academic Journal
Takayasu's disease, a condition with unusual clinical symptoms and peculiar radiologic manifestations is described. The clinical and physiopathological implications are discussed together with a literary review.


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