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Circulatory changes in the dog produced by acute arteriovenous fistula.
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Cholecystitis and cholelithiasis in the young.
Abstract 1. 1. Twelve cases of cholecystitis and cholelithiasis in the young are reported. 2. 2. The pertinent literature has been reviewed. 3. 3. Adult factors, such as pregnancy, play an importantExpand
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Effect of Acute A-V Fistula on Circulation Time and Auricular Pressure in Dogs
The physiological effects of A-V fistula have long been the subject of extensive experimental investigation. Added impetus has been given to this work by successive wars. The existence of suchExpand
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Hazards and Complications of Retrograde Aortography and Arteriography
Arteriography and aortography have become essential studies in the eval uation of patients with symptoms of cerebral-vascular disease, hypertension, and certain visceral disturbances, as well asExpand
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Arterial endoscopy (arterioscopy).
THE RECENT development of flexible fiber-optic lighting and optical viewing systems has made possible visualization of previously inaccessible areas. The clinical practicality of the flexibleExpand
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Woven Dacron and woven Teflon prostheses. Use for small artery replacement.
The recent evolution of vascular surgery has provided indications for more frequent surgical procedures on relatively small arteries. Although excellent studies have been reported on theExpand
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The problem of perforator localization in varicose veins; an operation to deal with perforator incompetence.
Without doubt, the commonest disease in the field of angiology is varicose veins of the lower extremities. Inasmuch as this affliction is as old as the upright posture of the human race and is easilyExpand
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Evaluation of diatrizoate (hypaque) in peripheral angiography and aortography.
• There were no serious systemic effects after approximately 100 injections of diatrizoate salts for vascular opacification, administered to 83 patients. Local reactions were infrequent and consistedExpand
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Spontaneous rupture of an abdominal aortic aneurysm into the inferior vena cava; report of a case.
Although sporadic reports of arteriovenous fistulas between the aorta and inferior vena cava have been noted in the literature, these were the results of trauma, usually a gunshot wound. TheExpand
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