e-Book General Surgery (Oklahoma Notes) epub downloadAuthor: M. Alex Jacocks
Pages: 142 pages
Publisher: Springer (January 1, 1993)
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
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e-Book General Surgery (Oklahoma Notes) epub download
by M. Alex Jacocks
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The book is laid out with much the same table of contents as most textbooks in general surgery. General Surgery Oklahoma Notes. It is organized primarily in an organ system fashion but every effort has been made to address common clinical problems and differential diag noses. It has been written in an outline form and the author would encourage students to highlight important areas, write in the margins, and expand on the concepts or key phrases listed in the book. The material in this text is compiled to help students in the study for board examinations.
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The use of aortic and femoral homografts in early vascular surgery has been abandoned for the more successful and abundant synthetic substitutes
The use of aortic and femoral homografts in early vascular surgery has been abandoned for the more successful and abundant synthetic substitutes. With the recent introduction of cryopreservation, homograft use has again met with improved success. A 40-year-old man who had a DeBakey Type I aortic dissection initially underwent replacement of the aortic root with a pulmonary homograft.