By Gary G. Wind MD, R. James Valentine MD FACS

Revised, up to date, and accelerated for its 3rd version, Anatomic Exposures in Vascular Surgery, is an integral consultant for the vascular physician making plans an operation.  This vintage anatomic reference includes over 550 drawings via a popular physician and illustrator depicting the advanced anatomy of the vasculature and surrounding buildings, and demonstrating the proper publicity thoughts.  The unique illustrations should be offered in complete colour to completely express 3-dimensional options of anatomic relationships of the blood vessels and their surrounding buildings, on the way to support to lead surgical decision-making in vascular surgery.   Concise legends and textual content describe the anatomy relating to the surgical approach.

The ebook is equipped via physique zone, and chapters are divided into anatomic review and surgical strategy sections, which permits the publication for use for large learn or fast assessment, looking on the desires of the reader.   New sections to this version contain forearm compartment syndrome, forearm fasciotomy, and vascular publicity of the lumbar spine.   New options concerning surgical ways to the blood vessels are up-to-date in every one bankruptcy besides updated references. 


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• NEW full-color artwork highlights key anatomic positive factors and complements details retention.

• NEW and up to date textual content includes insurance of exposures required for the newest endovascular procedures.

• NEW bankruptcy details retroperitoneal spinal exposures.

• considerable drawings created through Dr. Gary Wind element vital buildings and spotlight the procedures.

• Concise and obviously written textual content makes complicated approaches effortless to appreciate and perform.

• Full-body insurance presents exposures for all anatomical components, from head to toe.



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The postcardinal veins lie dorsal to the mesonephroi, which they drain along with the legs and body wall (Fig. 19). The distal ends of the postcardinals interconnect early, before the postcardinal tnmks regress along with the mesonephroi. This distal connection at the level of the leg vein entry will become the left common iliac vein (Fig. 20). The root ofthe azygous vein is the only other remnant of the postcardinal veins. The subcardinal veins arise after the postcardinal veins, but while the latter are still in place, and lie ventromedial to the mesonephroi.

This anomaly is usually seen on the right side, associated with an aberrant right subclavian arteJ:y. Marginal mandibular n. l-16 The ramus mandibularis branch of the facial nerve runs below the edge of1he mandible and is prone w injury during carotid endarterectomy. ir The spinal accessory nerve penetrates and supplies the sternocleidomastoid muscle before passing across the posterior triangle ofthe neck to the trapezius. Its high location puts it at low risk for injwy. The hypoglossal nerve passes between the internal carotid artery and internal jugular vein.

1-21 Posterior retraction ofthe sternocleidomastoid m:uscle exposes the carotid sheath. CAROTID AIUERIES I 43 ofthe common facial vein {Fig. 1-22). The common facial vein is usually well-defined, and its division can be likened to the of a trap door, immediately exposing the carotid arreries. Dissection of the common carotid artery and its branches is performed next. ces. We favor the isolation of the common carotid and its branches away from the bifurcation, which is dissected last. This allows vessels with relatively normal surfaces to be dissected before manipulation of the atherosclerosis-prone bifurcation.

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