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[Experiments in cross circulation using two canines]

1929.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 drawing ; 22 x 18 cm.

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Three drawings of an experimental surgical procedure in cross circulation using two dogs: the carotid artery of the first dog is being connected to the jugular vein of the second, and the carotid of the second dog to the jugular of the first.

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<p>Three drawings of an experimental surgical procedure in cross circulation using two dogs: the carotid artery of the first dog is being connected to the jugular vein of the second, and the carotid of the second dog to the jugular of the first.</p>
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[Experiments in cross circulation using two canines]

1929.

<p>Three drawings of an experimental surgical procedure in cross circulation using two dogs: the carotid artery of the first dog is being connected to the jugular vein of the second, and the carotid of the second dog to the jugular of the first.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 drawing ; 22 x 18 cm.

ABSTRACT

Three drawings of an experimental surgical procedure in cross circulation using two dogs: the carotid artery of the first dog is being connected to the jugular vein of the second, and the carotid of the second dog to the jugular of the first.

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