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Article
September 1937

PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASES: A REVIEW OF SOME OF THE RECENT LITERATURE AND A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE SURGICAL TREATMENT

Author Affiliations

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Northwestern University Medical School; Attending Physician, St. Luke's and Cook County Hospitals; Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Illinois College of Medicine; Attending Surgeon, St. Luke's and Research and Educational Hospitals CHICAGO

Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1937;60(3):522-563. doi:10.1001/archinte.1937.00180030139015
Abstract

A REVIEW OF SOME OF THE RECENT LITERATURE 

By Dr. Scupham  It has become noticeable, particularly in the last year, that interest in disorders of the blood vessels of the extremities is no longer confined to special groups working in large centers of population. The great number of papers appearing on this subject from all parts of this country and of the world are evidence of the widespread interest and appreciation of the importance of a subject which only in the last few years has become generally recognized. Many of these papers are case reports or short articles on diagnosis and treatment and consist of brief summaries of generally accepted methods.The painstaking and careful work of many years on the physiology both normal and abnormal of the blood vessels by Sir Thomas Lewis1 has been embodied in practical form in a small volume entitled "Vascular Disorders of the

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