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Annu Rev Med. 1987;38:341-50.

Extending the limits of limb salvage.

Abstract

Over the past several years a combination of diverse steps has culminated in a significant improvement in our ability to save ischemic extremities. Encompassing all phases of vascular surgery, these advances in diagnosis, therapy, and long-term management are outlined. These and future improvements hold promise for extended limb salvage with lower mortality than previously considered possible.

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