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The incidence of recurrences after radical venous operations done during pregnancy or where pregnancy has occurred subsequently is much higher than it is in cases in which pregnancy is not a factor. These discouraging results are due to increased venous pressure, obstruction to the venous drainage of the lower extremities and hormonal factors. The(More)
IN THE FIELD of medicine there are few conditions presenting a threat to life and limb that are as readily diagnosable before the occurrence of catastrophe as aneurysms of the popliteal artery. Moreover, this is a pathologic condition that has been amenable to surgical attack for 200 years, since John Hunter performed femoral artery ligation in the adductor(More)