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The authors introduce the concept of covering myoplasty in the treatment of infected cutaneous vascular prosthesis, either in the inguinal region or in the abdominal portion of an axillo-femoral graft. After describing their technique, they briefly review the main procedures described up to the present time and the potential role of myoplasty.
The authors carried out a study on 53 patients operated on for varices with the object of determining the risk of postoperative thromboembolism. They tried to answer three questions : 1) What is the magnitude of the risk of thromboembolism after this kind of surgery? 2) What is the value of the different methods of detection available? 3) What attitude… (More)
More than a common descriptive interest, this researches about vasa-vasorum have been carried on to give some anatomical basis, to the part acted by those vessels in arterial wall life. Microdissections, X-rays diaphanisation enable us to systematize even in human kind than in animal species, the main aspects of this vascularisation. The conception of a… (More)
In reference to four particular cases where a venous thrombosis associated with the use of oral contraceptives, the authors review the various factors of this problem. The importance of the concomitant use of tobacco as well as risk factors such as hyperlipidemia and hypertension, are especially stressed. These four cases, almost of an experimental nature,… (More)
Arterial collateral ways are reviewed correlatively with five differents levels of obliteration : aortic, iliac, ilio-femoral, femoro-popliteal, dista. A double visceral and parietal supply system caracterize each obliterated level; the importance of this double system varies considerably with the site of obliteration.
Some ideas emphazied by RENARD and his collaborators were rediscovered.--Anastomosis doesnt always signify compensation and it is often difficult to appreciate the functional importance of the anastomoses shown by arteriographies.--The most valuable compensations are made by short ways. Long ways only come into action when the shorter are obliterated.… (More)