Brachial artery reconstruction for occlusive disease: a 12-year experience.

  title={Brachial artery reconstruction for occlusive disease: a 12-year experience.},
  author={Sean P Roddy and R. Clement Darling and Benjamin Bergen Nancy Chang and Paul B. Kreienberg and Philip S.K. Paty and William E Lloyd and Dhiraj M. Shah},
  journal={Journal of vascular surgery},
  volume={33 4},
OBJECTIVE Symptomatic arterial disease of the upper extremity is an uncommon problem. In this study, we evaluate our results with brachial artery reconstruction in patients who present with symptomatic atherosclerotic occlusive disease and compare this cohort's demographics with a similar group with lower extremity ischemia. METHODS From 1986 to 1998, all patients presenting for upper extremity revascularization with chronic ischemia were prospectively entered into a vascular registry… CONTINUE READING


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