Lymphatic drainage from the groin following surgery of the femoral artery.

@article{Skudder1987LymphaticDF,
  title={Lymphatic drainage from the groin following surgery of the femoral artery.},
  author={P A Skudder and Johanne Geary},
  journal={The Journal of cardiovascular surgery},
  year={1987},
  volume={28 4},
  pages={460-3}
}
Lymphatic drainage from the surgical wound is uncommon after most surgical procedures. Little data regarding this problem is encountered in the American literature. The incidence of this complication is not established. Data are not available regarding speculative risk factors, including diabetes reoperative dissection, infection, and use of prosthetic materials. The likelihood secondary infection is not established. A review of 428 wounds following dissection of the femoral artery was… CONTINUE READING