By Edwin J. Wylie M.D., Ronald J. Stoney M.D., William K. Ehrenfeld M.D. (auth.)
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If backbleeding is sparse or absent, one should suspect that thrombus has accumulated. If thrombosis has just begun, it may often be expressed by forceful compression of soft tissue distally. Fig. 36d shows forceful thigh compression to eject thrombus in the external iliac artery. If thrombus followed by free bleeding does not appear, the passage of a Fogarty balloon catheter is necessary. If thrombosis has already extended beyond the distal arterial branches, this maneuver may be only partially effective in removing the distal thrombus.
This division creates a zone of cutaneous anesthesia between the incision and the mandible that slowly lessens in area within the first year. The anterior jugUlar vein is also divided. The upper flap can then be developed by scalpel dis- Fig. 12. Skin-crease incision. 55 Carotid Atherosclerosis Fig. 13. Mobilization of upper flap. section in a plane on the surface of the SCM (Fig. 13). t this level avoids the recurrent marginal mandibular branch of the facial nerve, which will be contained within the substance of the flap.
Platelet Aggregation Adenosine diphosphate (ADP) release at the site of intimal injury encourages the local accumulation of platelets, a normal mechanism that helps in sealing suture lines. In patients with platelet hyperaggregatability, platelet accumulation at the point of anastomosis can produce immediate and substantial stenosis of the artery. This is of little significance in major arteries with a large volume of blood flow. In smaller arteries such as the renal, or the profunda and superficial femoral arteries, severe stenosis or even early occlusion may develop (Fig.
Manual of Vascular Surgery by Edwin J. Wylie M.D., Ronald J. Stoney M.D., William K. Ehrenfeld M.D. (auth.)