By Blagoja K. Janevski
Over the previous few a long time, angiography has devel cautious research of his angiographic findings and a oped greatly and an intensive literature has very thorough description of vascular anatomy been released at the topic. within the previous few and its many editions. The vast medical ma years, the variety of guides has lowered terial additionally allows him to point these circum as the purposes of this diagnostic strategy stances during which angiography could make an impor appear to have been virtually totally explored. tant contribution to prognosis. one of many functions for which this assertion This monograph merits the eye of all who is probably not actual is angiography of the higher ex have an interest within the anatomy and pathology of the tremity. The scientific curiosity for this box has nev arm and the hand, and is especially meant for er been as nice as for different components of the physique. radiodiagnosticians and surgeons. In Maastricht, Janevski used to be in a position to gather an A. E. VAN VOORTHUISEN, M.D.
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GRANDFILS and D. HONORE: Prolonged Arterial Hemodynamic Disturbances in the Lower Limbs After Oral Use of Ergotamine. Angiology, 29: 495 -496, 1978. Chapter 5 EMBRYOLOGY OF THE ARTERIES OF THE UPPER LIMB The congenital anomalies of the arteries ofthe upper extremity seem to be caused by an inhibited development of the vessels in different stages of the embryonic growth (Singer, 1933). To understand the primitive conditions persisting in the arteries of the upper extremity a complete knowledge of the embryological development ofthe entire vascular system is required.
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Bron, Stilly and Shapiro (1971) used tolazoline to enhance renal arteriography. Sherry, Crummy and Ahlstrand (1973) published their successful results with tolazoline in 250 peripheral arteriograms of the lower and upper extremities. Hawkins and Hudson (1974) found tolazoline hydrochloride to be a most effective vasodilator for visualization of tumour vascularity on 64 bone and soft tissue arterio- VASCULAR TONUS AND PHARMACOANGIOGRAPHY 31 grams. Goldstein, Thaggard, Wallace and Neiman (1976) used tolazoline hydrochloride as an important adjunct to hepatic angiography for evaluation of space-occupying lesions in the liver.