Ainsley Huffman

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This review of blunt trauma to the abdominal aorta is based on one case summary and 32 cases from the literature. Motor vehicle accidents caused about half of the reported cases. In 69% of the cases the diagnosis was made in the immediate or early period. Associated injuries were present in 71% of the cases. Most injuries occurred at the inferior mesenteric(More)
Renal artery reconstruction has traditionally been limited to cases of documented renal artery hypertension. We report our experience with renal artery reconstruction on 32 arteries in 23 patients over a three-year period. These procedures were done for renovascular hypertension in nine patients, for renal preservation in seven patients, and concomitantly(More)
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