Vascular Surgery: A Comprehensive Review

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Wesley S. Moore
Grune & Stratton, 1986 - Aneurysm - 1245 pages
"Some of the most distinguished American vascular surgeons have contributed to this book*One of the most important reference works in vascular surgery." -- British Journal of Surgery, review of last edition. This comprehensive reference covers every aspect of the field * from the basics to the latest developments * in an easy-to-read, user-friendly format. Every chapter offers a complete summary of a key topic in vascular surgery, authored by prominent specialists with expertise in that area. Along with expertly written chapters, there are hundreds of clear illustrations -- including line drawings, CT scans, angiograms, and photographs. Review questions at the end of each chapter help readers evaluate their mastery of the material. Superb as a refresher on the state of today's practice or for use as a tool for certification or recertification.

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Contents

Surgical Anatomy of the Vascular System Including Related
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Pathology Pathogenesis and Medical
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Hemodynamics in Atherogenesis
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