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- 1.1. A brief résumé of the representative techniques of blood vessel anastomosis was presented.
- 2.2. The techniques were repeated under control conditions and comparative observations made.
- 3.3. The basic principles inherent in success or failure in vascular anastomosis were studied.
- 4.4. The soluble rod technique was represented.
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