Review of vascular surgery, 2d ed.; companion to Vascular surgery, 6th ed.1416025154
Review of vascular surgery, 2d ed.; companion to Vascular surgery, 6th ed.
Rutherford, Robert B.
Elsevier Health Sciences
This study and review guide provides an efficient way to review core information with over 500 multiple-choice questions with answers and brief rationales and cross-references to Vascular Surgery, 6th ed. Topics include pathology, therapeutic, complications, ischemia, aneurysms, portal hypertension portal hypertension
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external to the cranial vault.
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