Complications in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Part 2

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Alain Branchereau, MD, Michael Jacobs, MD
Wiley, Jul 19, 2002 - Medical - 340 pages
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Complications in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, written by leading international experts in their fields, closely examines possible complications following surgery of the cerebrovascular arteries, the thorax and upper limbs, and other commonly operated sites. Various complications (both common and uncommon) are identified and described, along with discussions of how to treat, and better yet, prevent them. Results of clinical trials are presented, as well as the personal experience of dozens of contributing authors.
Clinical and surgical specialists interested in vascular and endovascular surgery, as well as any physician, surgeon, or medical professional involved in the vascular field will benefit from this detailed, current review.

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About the author (2002)

Dr. Alain Branchereau, Hopital Ste-Marguerite, Universite Mediterranee, Marseille

Michael Jacobs live in Seattle, Washington where he run The Creative Zone, a papercraft kit business. Michael's sculpture and mixed media artwork has been shown in galleries across the country, and he's an experienced workshop instructor.

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