Late complications of revascularization for radiation-induced arterial disease.

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During a 14-year period 23 patients underwent 25 revascularizations for radiation-induced arterial obstructive disease. An average of 5000 rads was delivered, 3 to 24 (mean 9) years before arterial insufficiency, for malignancies of the following origin: gynecologic (n = 9), lymphoma (n = 7), head and neck (n = 5), testicular (n = 1), and lower extremity… (More)

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@article{Phillips1992LateCO, title={Late complications of revascularization for radiation-induced arterial disease.}, author={Gordon R Phillips and Regina Peer and James F Upson and John J. Ricotta}, journal={Journal of vascular surgery}, year={1992}, volume={16 6}, pages={921-4; discussion 924-5} }