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- 1.1. Ligation following injury of the popliteal artery results in a high incidence of gangrene requiring amputation.
- 2.2. Three cases, in which there was traumatic interruption of the popliteal artery and in which suture was done with apparently favorable results, are presented.
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Received: May 7, 1945
© 1945 Published by Elsevier Inc.