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J Cerilli, W E Evans, P S Vaccaro
At the time of related donor renal transplantation, a 49-year-old man with chronic glomerulinephritis was found to have a large fusiform aneurysm involving the internal and external iliac arteries, the abdominal aorta, and both common iliac arteries. Transplantation and abdominal aneurysmectomy using a standard Dacron bifurcation graft were successfully carried out. This patient has had no associated complications and is currently five years after transplantation and aneurysmectomy, with excellent renal function...
October 1977: Archives of Surgery
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