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Vascular Syndromes from Dilatation of Arteriovenous Communications of the Sole of the Foot

Vascular Syndromes from Dilatation of Arteriovenous Communications of the Sole of the Foot Abstract In the last few years there has been an increase in knowledge of the arteriovenous communications, described almost simultaneously by Sucquet and Hoyer about 1860. The anatomists' investigations have been particularly informative, especially those of Vastarini-Cresi, Grosser, Spanner, Clara, and Bucciante. On the basis of these contributions, arteriovenous anastomotic formations are known to be present in many organs and tissues of the body. However, those in the more distal areas of the extremities are better understood. Here they present various anatomic structures, ranging from the more complex neuromuscular arterial glomus of Masson to the simpler direct anastomosis without intermediate channel. The physiology of these shunts is not well known. Generally they are considered to represent a regulating device of the capillary flow. The factors which regulate the partition of the flow between arteriovenous communications and capillary bed are still undefined, even though the object of numerous recent investigations. Nevertheless, on References 1. Bourde, C.: Les fistules artério-veineuses congénitales des membres , J. chir. 69:728, 1953. 2. Les fistules artério-veineuses congénitales des membres , Semaine hôp. Paris 30:1956, 1954. 3. Fontaine, R.; Warter, P.; Kim, M.; Kieny, R., and Winnisdoerfer, B.: Du role physiopathologique des canaux de dérivation artério-veineuses, dits de Sucquet, dans certaines affections vasculaires , Lyon chir. 49:806, 1954. 4. Malan, E.: Syndrome fonctionnel de l'artère tibiale antérieure du à une dérivation sanguine à travers les communications artério-veineuses du talon , Presse méd. 62:1447, 1954. 5. Considerazioni sulle fistole artero-venose congenite degli arti , Boll. Soc. piemont. chir. 24:297, 1954. 6. Syndromes fonctionnels du membre inférieur dus aux communications artério-veineuses de la plante du pied , Lyon chir. 50:641, 1955. 7. —Vidal-Barraquer, F., and Biel, J. M.: Considérations pathogéniques sur les varices de la grossesse , Lyon chir. 47:263, 1952. 8. —and Vidal-Barraquer, F.: Pathogenic Study of Varicose Veins , Angiology 4:59, 1953.Crossref 9. Vogler, E.: Vasographischer Beitrag zur Ätiologie und Genese des Ulcus cruris , Fortschr. Geb. Röntgenstrahlen 79:79, 1953.Crossref http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png A.M.A. Archives Surgery American Medical Association

Vascular Syndromes from Dilatation of Arteriovenous Communications of the Sole of the Foot

A.M.A. Archives Surgery , Volume 77 (5) – Nov 1, 1958

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Abstract

Abstract In the last few years there has been an increase in knowledge of the arteriovenous communications, described almost simultaneously by Sucquet and Hoyer about 1860. The anatomists' investigations have been particularly informative, especially those of Vastarini-Cresi, Grosser, Spanner, Clara, and Bucciante. On the basis of these contributions, arteriovenous anastomotic formations are known to be present in many organs and tissues of the body. However, those in the more distal areas of the extremities are better understood. Here they present various anatomic structures, ranging from the more complex neuromuscular arterial glomus of Masson to the simpler direct anastomosis without intermediate channel. The physiology of these shunts is not well known. Generally they are considered to represent a regulating device of the capillary flow. The factors which regulate the partition of the flow between arteriovenous communications and capillary bed are still undefined, even though the object of numerous recent investigations. Nevertheless, on References 1. Bourde, C.: Les fistules artério-veineuses congénitales des membres , J. chir. 69:728, 1953. 2. Les fistules artério-veineuses congénitales des membres , Semaine hôp. Paris 30:1956, 1954. 3. Fontaine, R.; Warter, P.; Kim, M.; Kieny, R., and Winnisdoerfer, B.: Du role physiopathologique des canaux de dérivation artério-veineuses, dits de Sucquet, dans certaines affections vasculaires , Lyon chir. 49:806, 1954. 4. Malan, E.: Syndrome fonctionnel de l'artère tibiale antérieure du à une dérivation sanguine à travers les communications artério-veineuses du talon , Presse méd. 62:1447, 1954. 5. Considerazioni sulle fistole artero-venose congenite degli arti , Boll. Soc. piemont. chir. 24:297, 1954. 6. Syndromes fonctionnels du membre inférieur dus aux communications artério-veineuses de la plante du pied , Lyon chir. 50:641, 1955. 7. —Vidal-Barraquer, F., and Biel, J. M.: Considérations pathogéniques sur les varices de la grossesse , Lyon chir. 47:263, 1952. 8. —and Vidal-Barraquer, F.: Pathogenic Study of Varicose Veins , Angiology 4:59, 1953.Crossref 9. Vogler, E.: Vasographischer Beitrag zur Ätiologie und Genese des Ulcus cruris , Fortschr. Geb. Röntgenstrahlen 79:79, 1953.Crossref

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A.M.A. Archives SurgeryAmerican Medical Association

Published: Nov 1, 1958

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