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8/13/20
Bilateral Femoral Popliteal Bypass Procedure - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Bilateral Femoral Popliteal Bypass Procedure - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This series of medical illustrations depicts a femoral popliteal bypass procedure. First, a saphenous vein graft is harvested from the thigh. After the knee is incised above and below the joint, the popliteal artery is isolated and clamped. The damaged portion is removed and replaced with the vein graft. The fourth illustration depicts the post-operative condition with the graft in place.

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