By Steven G. Friedman
Because the ebook of the 1st version 15 years in the past, vascular surgical procedure has been reworked right into a new strong point incorporating endovascular surgical procedure and methods. those ideas are designated during this a lot expected moment edition.
Like the 1st version, this re-creation of A background of Vascular surgical procedure paints enticing photographs of the surgeons and scientists whose rules and practices underlie, and proceed to persuade, vascular surgical procedure as we all know it this day. Written for the practitioner and pupil alike, the second one version presents an in-depth, obtainable heritage of this swiftly 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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Lambert. Extract of a letter from Mr. Lambert, surgeon at Newcastle upon Tyne, to Dr. Hunter; giving an account of a new method of treating an aneurysm. Read June 15, 1761. Med Obs Inq 1762; 2:360. Matas R. Vascular surgery. In: Keen WW, DaCosta JC, eds. Surgery, its Principles and Practice. Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 1911. Murphy JB. Resection of arteries and veins injured in continuity – end-to-end suture – experimental and clinical research. Med Rec 1897; 51:73. Payr E. Zur frage der circulaeren vereinigung von blutgefaessen mit resorbirbaren prothesen.
In 1784, Cooper traveled to London to work with his Uncle William at Guy’s Hospital. The prospect of life in London excited Astley, but his utter disregard for serious work remained unchanged and wore on the patience of his uncle. 1). It was Mr. Henry Cline, senior surgeon to St Thomas’ Hospital, who gradually harnessed and directed Cooper’s reckless energy. Cooper greatly admired Cline and, after the two had spent 6 months together, Uncle William gladly relinquished all responsibility for his rambunctious nephew.
With this approach in mind, the stage was set for what would become his most famous operation. Hunter’s patient was a 45-year-old London coachman in whom a popliteal aneurysm had been diagnosed 3 years earlier. It had increased in size dramatically, and in December 1785 the patient was admitted to St George’s Hospital. The aneurysm could easily be seen as it displaced the hamstrings on either side of it. 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.
A History of Vascular Surgery, Second Edition by Steven G. Friedman