Iatrogenic Vascular Neck Injuries

  • Sven-Erik Bergentz
  • David Bergqvist


Tracheoarterial fistulas, arteriovenous fistulas, and hemorrhage due to vessel injury are possible complications of surgery in the neck area.


Subclavian Artery Arteriovenous Fistula Tracheal Stenosis Innominate Artery Radical Neck Dissection 
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  • Sven-Erik Bergentz
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  • David Bergqvist
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  1. 1.Dept. of Surgery, Malmö General HospitalUniversity of LundMalmöSweden

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