Synopsis: A case of traumatic(gunshot) arterio-venous aneurysm of the right subclavian vessels, involving the artery within the scaleni; division of the artery between ligatures placed on the first and third divisions; detachment of the anastomotic connection; lateral suture of the venous orifice; osteoplastic resection of the clavicle under eucain B. anesthesia; recovery, with partial loss of hand and forearm from arterial ischemia.On September 8, Moise M., a young Acadian farmer, native of Rayne, Acadia Parish, La., was brought to me for treatment at the New Orleans Sanitarium. His attending physician, Dr. C. H. Power, Rayne, who kindly referred him to me and accompanied him to the sanitarium, gave the following particulars of his history and of the circumstances under which the injury was inflicted. We may premise the history of the injury by stating that he is a robust and exceptionally healthy man, aged 24, married. He
MATAS R. TRAUMATIC ARTERIO-VENOUS ANEURYSMS OF THE SUBCLAVIAN VESSELS, WITH AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF FIFTEEN REPORTED CASES, INCLUDING ONE OPERATED UPON.. JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(2):103–107. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.62480020033001i
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