Comprehensive Vascular Exposures
Written by two leading vascular surgeons, this richly illustrated full-color text/atlas is a practical guide for all surgeons performing vascular operations. The book contains 216 full-color drawings and photographs that vividly depict the anatomy of the vasculature and surrounding structures and demonstrate vascular exposure techniques. The illustrations are accompanied by detailed textual descriptions. The first two chapters set forth the key principles of vascular exposure and explain the practical application of these principles. Subsequent chapters cover all anatomic regions--the neck; base of the neck; mediastinum; thorax; abdomen; upper extremity; and lower extremity. The final chapter focuses on tunneling procedures.
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Practical Application of the Principles
Base of the Neck
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abdominal adductor anatomic anteriorly anterolateral aortic aponeurosis arch arises axillary bifurcation border brachial artery brachial plexus brachiocephalic branches cephalad cervical closure common carotid artery common femoral artery common iliac artery crosses dead space deep fascia diaphragm dissection distal divided division expose exposure external iliac artery femoral sheath femoral triangle fibers Figure forearm fossa front graft groin iliac vein inferior vena cava inferiorly inguinal ligament intercostal lateral layer ligated longus lower medial visceral rotation mediastinum membrane midline muscle muscular neck Operative photograph showing origin passes patient pectoralis peritoneal peritoneum plane pleura popliteal artery posterior tibial posteriorly profunda femoris artery proximal renal vein restoration retraction retroperitoneal route of access sartorius scalenus scalenus medius skin incision splenic vein sternocleidomastoid structures subclavian artery subcutaneous superficial fascia superficial femoral artery superior mesenteric surgeon suture tendon thigh thoracic aorta tibial artery tissue transverse trunk tunnel upper vascular venous vertebral vessels viscera wound