volume 47, issue 6, P449-460 1957
DOI: 10.3109/00016925709170919
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Abstract: The increasing use of intraarterial catheterization in connection with arteriography has revealed that spasm of medium-sized arteries, e. 9. the brachial artery, is common during this procedure. During the 1914-18 Kar spasm was seen in the main arteries of the extremities, generally in connection with perforating gunshot wounds in the proximity of the artery. The first to describe this phenomenon was KROH, and a review of the experiences from this war was published by KUTTNER and BARUCH (1920). At operation th…

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