Anatomic Exposures in Vascular Surgery

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Williams & Wilkins, Jan 1, 1991 - Blood-vessels - 490 pages
Revised, updated, and expanded for its Second Edition, this classic anatomic reference is an indispensable guide for the vascular surgeon planning an operation. It contains 568 drawings by a noted illustrator depicting the complex anatomy of the vasculature and surrounding structures, and demonstrating the ideal exposure techniques. Concise legends and text describe the anatomy in relation to the surgical approach. This edition includes more extensive descriptions of cranial nerve anatomy, more anatomic variants, and new surgical approaches such as suboccipital approach to the vertebral artery, retroperitoneal approach to mesenteric vessels, posterior approach to crural arteries, and harvesting the superficial femoral vein.

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introduction Embryology of the Arteries and Veins
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EXTRACRANIAL CIRCULATION OF THE HEAD AND NECK
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Vertebral Arteries
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