Morphology and fibrinolytic activity of canine autogenous mesothelium used as venous substitute

@article{Louagie1986MorphologyAF,
  title={Morphology and fibrinolytic activity of canine autogenous mesothelium used as venous substitute},
  author={Y. Louagie and A. Legrand-Monsieur and C. Remacle and P. Maldague and L. Lambotte and R. Ponlot},
  journal={Research in Experimental Medicine},
  year={1986},
  volume={186},
  pages={239-247}
}
SummaryAutogenous mesothelium was used as venous substitute in ten dogs. Patches of mesothelium of three different origins were grafted into the anterior wall of the common iliac veins (CIV): peritoneum taken from and including the posterior rectus sheath (PRS), simple peritoneum (P) and mesentery (M). Animals were killed after 2, 4, 8, and 16 days and after 3 months. The segments of CIV, including the patches, were removed for study.On light microscopy, the PRS grafts showed a normal… Expand
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