LYMPHOGRAPHIC AND VENOGRAPHIC OBSERVATIONS AFTER ILIOFEMORAL VENOUS OBSTRUCTION IN THE DOG
- PT Harjola
- TM Scheinin
- M Wiljasalo
lliofemoral ligation, isolation or excision does not cause edema in the hind legs of
the dog (4-6). However, lymphatic obstruction secondary to venous thrombosis caused massive edema of the limb (5) and edema also resulting from thrombosis caused by the injection of barium sulphate (1). This study is concerned with the question of whether iliofemoral thrombosis leads to secondary lymphatic obstruction and with the relationship between the extent and level of thrombosis and lymphatic obstruction.
How to Cite:
Harjola, P. & Scheinin, T. & Wiljasalo, M., (1970) “LYMPHOGRAPHIC AND VENOGRAPHIC OBSERVATIONS AFTER ILIOFEMORAL VENOUS OBSTRUCTION IN THE DOG”, Lymphology 3(2), p.71-75.