W G Harshaw

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In this article, we describe a case of a surgically treated aneurysm of an aberrant right subclavian artery. The historical literature to date is summarized, as are the key concepts relative to the anatomy, embryology, diagnosis, and treatment of this uncommonly occurring entity. Although the topic might be expected to be of concern to only a few(More)
A 62-year-old man developed massive lower gastrointestinal tract bleeding. Upper endoscopy and superior mesenteric arteriography initially failed to disclose a cause of bleeding. On rebleeding, intra-arterial vasopressin infusion during repeated arteriography caused reflux of dye into the iliac vessels to allow visualization of an arterial-enteric fistula.(More)
Limb ischemia, both acute and chronic, presents a risk to life and limb with mortality rates from 3% to 37% and amputation rates of the same range. Our experience with urokinase thrombolysis as the initial therapy for acute and non-acute ischemic extremities over 57 consecutive cases of native arterial occlusion by either thrombus or embolus has resulted in(More)
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