Muslin gauze in intracranial vascular surgery

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✓ The author comments on three ways in which he has found muslin gauze an aid to clotting in intracranial vascular surgery.

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Address reprint requests to: J. Lawrence Pool, M.D., Box 31, West Cornwall, Connecticut 06796.

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