Krisztina Litauszky

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BACKGROUND AND AIMS Amputation is the only current option for relief of rest pain or gangrene in patients with severe peripheral arterial disease. Up to now, no effective blood-flow enhancement therapies are available. Autologous bone marrow-derived stem cell transplantation is an arising therapy modality with an option of building new blood vessels through(More)
In the 1st Department of Surgery, in Debrecen, operations on supraaortic arteries are done, since 1985. In the first five years, sporadically, only 2-3 carotid reconstruction have been done. Between 1990-1996 the number of these operations were about 20 per year, although the number of postoperative complications were around 1%. The number of operative(More)
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