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References for Arterial Injuries

Papers of the Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery: Scientific Papers: Management Strategy of Complex Extremity Injuries.

Amputations and Artificial Limbs--Symposium: Limb Salvage Versus Amputation. Preliminary Results of the Mangled Extremity Severity Score.

Aortography in children with myelomeningocele and lumbar kyphosis.

The aetiology of vein graft strictures: a prospective marker study.

Arterial embolization: problems of source, multiplicity, recurrence, and delayed treatment.

Upper extremity ischemia caused by small artery disease.

Resurrection of the in situ saphenous vein bypass. 1000 cases later

Use of the short saphenous vein in situ for popliteal-to-distal artery bypass.

The anatomy of the greater saphenous venous system.

Optimal limb salvage in penetrating civilian vascular trauma.

Arterial thromboembolism. A 20-year perspective.

Autogenous vein graft repair of injured extremity arteries: early and late results with 134 consecutive patients.

Peripheral vascular injuries in children.

Non-invasive vascular tests reliably exclude occult arterial trauma in injured extremities.

Results of venous interposition grafts in arterial injuries.

Extraanatomic bypass for peripheral arterial injuries.

Year Book: Management of arm arterial injuries.

How I Do It: Arteriography Performed in the Emergency Center.

Scientific Papers: Management of small artery vascular trauma.

Management of the contused arterial segment.

A comprehensive approach to extremity vascular trauma.

Development of independent vessel security after ligation with absorbable sutures or clips.

Management of vascular injuries to the leg.

Peripheral vascular injuries in children.

Arterial reconstruction of vessels in the foot and ankle.

Can Doppler pressure measurement replace "exclusion" arteriography in the diagnosis of occult extremity arterial trauma?

Major vascular lesions associated with orthopaedic injuries.

Extra-Anatomic Bypass of Failed Traumatic Arterial Repairs.

1988 Proceedings of the Hip Society--General Orthopaedics: Vascular Complications in Orthopedic Surgery.

Vascular proximity: is it a valid indication for arteriography in asymptomatic patients?

Long-term results with autogenous tissue repair of traumatic extremity vascular injuries.

Sciatic artery aneurysms: report of three cases and review of the literature.

Subclavian-axillary vascular trauma.

Brachial artery injury after cardiac catheterization.

Vascular injuries and closed extremity fractures in children.

Upper and lower limb fractures with concomitant arterial injury.

Early exchange intramedullary nailing of distal femoral fractures with vascular injury initially stabilized with external fixation.