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- 1.1. Six Syme amputations have been performed for ischemic lesion of the foot.
- 2.2. The indications for the amputation and principles of its management are similar to those for a transmetatarsal amputation given a more proximal level of necrosis.
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☆Read at the eighth annual meeting of the Society for Vascular Surgery, San Francisco, June 20, 1954.
© 1955 Published by Elsevier Inc.