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The Place of Peri-Arterial Sympathectomy and of Ganglionectomy and Sympathetic Trunk Resection in the Treatment of Certain Vascular Diseases and Other Conditions

@article{Young1931ThePO,
  title={The Place of Peri-Arterial Sympathectomy and of Ganglionectomy and Sympathetic Trunk Resection in the Treatment of Certain Vascular Diseases and Other Conditions},
  author={Arch. Young},
  journal={Glasgow Medical Journal},
  year={1931},
  volume={115},
  pages={273 - 321}
}
  • A. Young
  • Published 1 June 1931
  • Medicine
  • Glasgow Medical Journal
1. Extensive callous varicose ulcer of the leg, in a woman of over 60 years of age. Peri-arterial sympathectomy, followed some weeks later by whole-skin grafting. The ulcer had been present for twelve years. Satisfactory healing. Result after two years. (Case I.) 2. Chronic varicose ulceration of the leg, of fourteen years' duration, in a man of 55 years. Peri-arterial sympathectomy, and whole-skin grafting. Satisfactory healing. Result after a year and a half. (Case II.) 3. Destructive osteo… 

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