• C. Max Lang


Splenectomy (Gk. splēn, spleen and Gk. ektomē, excision) is defined by Dorland1 as “excision or extirpation of the spleen.” Experimental removal of the spleen affords the student surgeon experience in vascular ligation and demonstrates the vasoconstrictive action of a sympathomimetic drug (epinephrine) on the spleen.


Splenic Artery Sympathetic Stimulation Accessory Spleen Splenic Vessel Sympathomimetic Drug 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1976

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