Abstract| Volume 39, ISSUE 9, SUPPLEMENT , e3-e4, September 2014

Outcomes of Sympathectomy and Vascular Bypass for Digital Ischemia in Connective Tissue Disorders

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      Surgical treatment of digital ischemia in connective tissue disorders consists of periarterial sympathectomy alone (PS) or in conjunction with bypass graft (PSB) of the radial or ulnar artery. PSB may provide benefit compared to PS alone. Preoperative angiography may not accurately reflect the suitability of vessels for bypass.
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