Research Article| Volume 52, ISSUE 2, P342-345, August 1962

The treatment of unilateral iliac artery obstruction with a transabdominal, subcutaneous, femorofemoral graft

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        1. The transabdominal, subcutaneous, femorofemoral graft is a lesser operation that may be used effectively to relieve unilateral iliac artery obstruction in poor risk patients.
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        2. The technique of the operation is described.
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        3. The results from this operation on 10 patients are discussed.
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        • McCaughan Jr., J.J.
        • Kahn S.F.
        Cross-over graft for unilateral occlusive disease of the iliofemoral arteries.
        Ann. Surg. 1960; 151: 26