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Difficult complication

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Sun, 27 Apr 2003 18:51:58 EDT


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Vascular injury to SMA not apparent at first operation.  Either dissection or 
embolization or occlusion.   A "second" and/or "third" look via operation or 
arteriography of the SMA might have been in order due to mechanism of injury. 
   It is never wrong to have a second or third look in this kind of case, 
even if everything is "normal" at the second operation

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ion.&nbsp; Either dissection or embolization or occlusion.&nbsp;&nbsp; A "se=
cond" and/or "third" look via operation or arteriography of the SMA might ha=
ve been in order due to mechanism of injury.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; It is never w=
rong to have a second or third look in this kind of case, even if everything=
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