January 1971


Arch Surg. 1971;102(1):90. doi:10.1001/archsurg.1971.01350010092027

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In the article entitled "Late Fate of Arterial Allografts: Observations 6 to 15 Years After Implantation" by D. Emerick Szilagyi, MD; Francisco J. Rodriguez, MD; Roger F. Smith, MD; and Joseph P. Elliott, MD, which appeared in the December issue of the Archives (101:721-733, 1970), the legends of Figures 3 and 4 should read as follows: Fig 3.—Sequential aortographic appearance of aorto-iliac allograft during 12 years and nine months of observation. Left, Preoperative view. Left center, One year, nine months postoperatively. Right center, Eight years, ten months postoperatively. Right, Twelve years, nine months postoperatively. Fig 4.—Translumbar aortogram showing shallow ulcerative changes of intimal surface of aortic shaft and of right iliac limb of aorto-iliac allograft 15 years and two months postoperatively.

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