Maine Medical Association

1892 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
M.D., New York,64 has arrived at the following conclusions : (1) The lease of life gained by the so-called medical treatment of subclavian aneurism emphatically teaches that its employment should precede all other methods. (2) The lease of life following distal ligature of the subclavian and carotid arteries, for the cure of aneurism of the first two portions of the subclavian, cannot as yet bo estimated, because of the paucity of these cases that have an undoubted diagnosis.
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