M S Michuda

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Injury to the popliteal artery is the most common cause of amputation in injured extremities. A six-year experience (1974-1979) at Cook County Hospital, Chicago, involved 31 popliteal artery injuries without amputation. Penetrating trauma was the most frequent cause of injury; however, a considerable number of blunt trauma injuries with fractures and(More)
Venous ulcers are a common malady of the civilized world. The etiology and its pathogenesis has been presented for a better understanding of its appropriate therapy. A conservative and surgical approach is necessary for effective treatment, of which the final goal is to reduce ambulatory venous hypertension and the prevention of venous ulcer formation. An(More)
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