PMID: 466029Jun 1, 1979Paper

Left renal vein ligation in surgery for abdominal aortic aneurysm

The British Journal of Surgery
N D Fox, R S Taylor

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May 1, 1974·American Journal of Surgery·T S RoysterR A Marks
Jul 1, 1970·American Journal of Surgery·D A DeLaurentis, S R Iyengar
Jun 1, 1967·American Journal of Surgery·H S Neal, E W Shearburn

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Jun 4, 2005·European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery : the Official Journal of the European Society for Vascular Surgery·M J BownR D Sayers
Aug 1, 1980·The British Journal of Surgery·T J DevineR B King
Nov 1, 1989·The British Journal of Ophthalmology·D Taylor
Nov 13, 2020·Acta Radiologica·Hyoung Nam LeeNam Hun Heo

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