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A case of costoclavicular compression of the subclavian artery is presented and discussed which closely simulated that of arterial aneurysm.
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- Costoclavicular Compression of the Subclavian Artery and Vein.Lancet. 1943; 245: 539-543
- The Neurovascular Syndrome Produced by Hyperabduction of the Arms.Am. Heart J. 1945; 29: 1-19
Received: October 10, 1945
© 1946 Published by Elsevier Inc.