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Femoral vein occlusion following Mc-Vay repair.
  1. J. M. Klausner,
  2. H. Noveck,
  3. Y. Skornick,
  4. S. Lelcuk,
  5. R. R. Rozin

    Abstract

    Three cases of femoral vein occlusion following a Mc-Vay repair for femoral and inguinal hernias are presented. Phlebography demonstrated constriction of the femoral vein at the site of the repair. This complication is due to compression of the femoral vein by too tight a repair.

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