Adrian Marston

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Over an 8-year period, 66 femoral-to-femoral grafts were performed for unilateral iliac artery disease. The grafts were inserted retropubically with an operative mortality of 4.5 per cent. The minimum follow-up has been 12 months and cumulative patency 80 per cent at 6 years. Sixteen patients had critical ischaemia (preoperative Doppler ankle pressure less(More)
This experimental work has shown that structural changes in the colon may be produced following inferior mesenteric vein thrombosis. Whilst there are certain radiological similarities, sigmoidoscopic appearances and histological studies show that the pathogenesis of venous lesions differs from that of arterial lesions. The possible relationship of these(More)
A consecutive series of 41 patients undergoing elective aortic surgery had pre-operative assessment of cardiac function by radionuclide angiocardiography. Their subsequent progress was monitored. There were 4 patients whose pre-operative left ventricular ejection fraction was less than 30 per cent and 3 of these patients died of cardiac failure(More)