Original communication Society for Vascular Surgery| Volume 37, ISSUE 1, P54-57, January 1955

A method of maintaining adequate blood flow through the thoracic aorta while inserting an aorta graft to replace an aortic aneurysm

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        1. A simple method of maintaining blood flow through the descending thoracic aorta while inserting a homograft is reviewed.
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        2. Two patients have been successfully operated on by this method.
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