Complex upper extremity vascular trauma in an urban population.

@article{Myers1990ComplexUE,
  title={Complex upper extremity vascular trauma in an urban population.},
  author={Stuart I. Myers and Timothy R S Harward and Dr M. P. Maher and E G Melissinos and Patricia A. Lowry},
  journal={Journal of vascular surgery},
  year={1990},
  volume={12 3},
  pages={305-9}
}
Eighty patients with upper extremity vascular trauma were treated during a 4-year period. Of 123 vascular injuries, 95 were arterial, 1 was primary venous, and 27 were associated venous injuries. Causes included penetrating (64%), blunt (27%), and iatrogenic injuries (9%). Arteries injured were ulnar (34), radial (28), brachial (22), subclavian (6), and… CONTINUE READING