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Year : 1997  |  Volume : 43  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 29-32

TRAS principles blight arterial bypass and plasty.

Department of Anatomy, GSMC and KEMH, Mumbai.

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M V Kothari
Department of Anatomy, GSMC and KEMH, Mumbai.

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A new concept--Tissue Requisitions (Principle I)/Relinquishes (Principle II) Arterial Supply--of TRAS principles is introduced to help appreciate the failures/successes of modern medicine's attempts at restoring arterial flow in luminally compromised coronary/carotid fields, an invasive branch rightly called vascular ReRheology, which comprises diagnosing/treating arterial blocks. The technical wizardry of arterial reconstruction (bypass) or lumen--restoration (plasty) has to reckon with the TRAS principles all the time.

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