J Csengödy

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Active and passive mechanical properties of human saphenous and canine femoral and saphenous vein segments were measured in vitro to assess the degree of pressure-dependent venous myogenic tone (% change in diameter, physiological saline solution vs. Ca(2+)-free solution) in these vessels. Stepwise elevation of intraluminal pressure from 2 to 20 mmHg caused(More)
The resection of the first rib with a transaxillary approach has been used in the operative treatment of this condition. This approach is though to have more advantages over the anterior (supraclavicular) or posterior (parascapular) ones. The segment resection of the middle third of clavicle would not seem to be justified in these cases. A case is reported(More)