By Steven G. Friedman
Because the book of the 1st variation 15 years in the past, vascular surgical procedure has been remodeled right into a new area of expertise incorporating endovascular surgical procedure and methods. those thoughts are exact during this a lot expected moment edition.
Like the 1st variation, this new version of A background of Vascular surgical procedure paints attractive graphics of the surgeons and scientists whose rules and practices underlie, and proceed to steer, vascular surgical procedure as we all know it this day. Written for the practitioner and pupil alike, the second one version offers an in-depth, obtainable historical past of this quickly altering field.Content:
Chapter 1 Vascular Surgeons of Antiquity (pages 3–13):
Chapter 2 Early Vascular maintenance and Anastomoses (pages 14–27):
Chapter three William Hunter (pages 31–34):
Chapter four John Hunter (pages 35–40):
Chapter five Astley Cooper (pages 41–49):
Chapter 6 improvement of the Venous Autograft (pages 53–73):
Chapter 7 Evolution of Aortic surgical procedure (pages 74–88):
Chapter eight Operation at the Carotid Artery (pages 89–103):
Chapter nine Valentine Mott (pages 107–111):
Chapter 10 Rudolph Matas (pages 112–118):
Chapter eleven The Arterial Prosthesis: Arthur Voorhees (pages 119–128):
Chapter 12 Contributions From the Battlefield (pages 131–146):
Chapter thirteen Venous surgical procedure (pages 147–160):
Chapter 14 Extra?Anatomic skip (pages 161–167):
Chapter 15 Mathieu Jaboulay (pages 171–172):
Chapter sixteen Eugene Villard (pages 173–174):
Chapter 17 Alexis Carrel (pages 175–183):
Chapter 18 Rene Leriche (pages 184–187):
Chapter 19 Jean Kunlin (pages 188–191):
Chapter 20 Charles Dubost (pages 192–196):
Chapter 21 Jacques Oudot (pages 197–200):
Chapter 22 Charles Dotter: Interventional Radiologist (pages 203–213):
Chapter 23 Thomas Fogarty (pages 214–219):
Chapter 24 Juan Parodi (pages 220–223):
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In addition, the extremity was swollen and edematous. Hunter’s brotherin-law and record keeper, Evevard Home, provided the following description of the operation, which appeared in the London Medical Journal 1 year later: Mr. Hunter having determined to perform the operation, a tourniquet was previously applied, but not tightened, that the parts might be left as much in their natural situation, as possible; and he began the operation by making an incision on the fore and inner part of the thigh rather than below its middle, which incision was continued obliquely across the lower edge of the sartorius muscle, and was made large to give room for the better performing of whatever might be necessary in the course of the operation; the fascia, which covers the artery, was then laid bare for about three inches in length, and the artery being plainly felt, a slight incision, about an inch long, was made through this fascia along the side of the vessel, and the fascia dissected off, by which means the artery was exposed.
La technique opératoire des anastomoses vasculaires et de la transplantation des viscères. Lyon Med 1902; 98:850. Child CG. Eck’s ﬁstula. Surg Gynecol Obstet 1953; 96:375. Clermont G. Suture laterale et circulaire des veines. Presse Med 1901; 9:229. Doerﬂer J. Ueber arteriennaht. Beitr Chir 1899; 25:781. Dorrance GM. An experimental study of suture of arteries with a description of new suture. Ann Surg 1906; 44:409. Ehrenfried A, Boothby WM. The technic of end-to-end arterial anastomosis. Ann Surg 1911; 54:485.
The suture of blood vessels. Implantation and transplantation of vessels and organs. An historical and experimental study. Bull Johns Hopkins Hosp 1907; 18:153. A History of Vascular Surgery, Second Edition Steven G. Friedman Copyright © 2005 by Futura, an imprint of Blackwell Publishing PA RT 2 The British are coming A History of Vascular Surgery, Second Edition Steven G. Friedman Copyright © 2005 by Futura, an imprint of Blackwell Publishing CHAPTER 3 William Hunter A sibling may be the keeper of one’s identity, the only person with the keys to one’s unfettered, more fundamental self.