PATHOLOGICAL NOTE OF A CASE OF POPLITEAL ANEURISM, TREATED SUCCESSFULLY BY THE APPLICATION OF AN ESMARCH'S BANDAGE

Walter Reid
1876 The Lancet  
Numerous tracings were taken in this instance with pressures varying from 0 to 56, but all sbowed more or less indication of undue arterial pressure. The effect of posture of the arm was very marked, elevation rendering the rise high and deepening the predicrotic notch, depression lowering the rise and converting the notch into a nearly flat shoulder. The height of the rise is evidently dependent en the amount of arterial expansion, as, indeed, I believe it
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