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Atherosclerosis of the internal mammary artery.
To better evaluate the incidence of atherosclerosis in the internal mammary artery (IMA), 215 IMA segments from routine postmortem examinations were evaluated microscopically. SignificantExpand
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Determinants of blood flow in aortic-coronary saphenous vein bypass grafts.
Blood flow in 226 aortocoronary vein bypass grafts in 125 patients was measured with an electromagnetic flow meter. Blood flow occurred primarily in diastole. Mean flow for each of the three mainExpand
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Comparative hemodynamic properties of vein and mammary artery in coronary bypass operations.
To understand better the observed differences in bypass flows between vein and internal mammary artery (IMA) grafts, a technique was devised for anastomosing both vein and IMA to the same anteriorExpand
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Atherosclerosis involving the internal mammary artery.
Abstract Three patients undergoing coronary artery bypass operation at this institution over a two-month period were found to have significant atherosclerotic disease involving the internal mammaryExpand
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Bacteriologic studies of biliary tract infection.
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Ten-year follow-up in aortic valve replacement using the Björk-Shiley prosthesis.
An in-depth statistical analysis of early and late results of aortic valve replacement using the Björk-Shiley tilting-disc prosthesis is presented. Our experience with this prosthesis indicates thatExpand
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Coronary artery occlusion and blood lipids.
Abstract A possible correlation between the levels of plasma cholesterol and triglycerides and the extent of coronary artery occlusion as determined by angiography was studied in 481 male patients.Expand
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An alternative approach to isolated circumflex coronary bypass reoperations.
Abstract A method for secondary and tertiary revascularization of circumflex marginal coronary arteries with descending aorta–coronary saphenous vein bypass grafts using an arterial occluder isExpand
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Results of intraaortic balloon pumping after cardiac surgery: experience with the Percor balloon catheter.
One hundred thirty-eight patients undergoing an open-heart procedure required an intraaortic balloon pump (IAPB) postoperatively. In Group I (N = 45), the AVCO femoral conduit surgical technique wasExpand
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