Antyllus method


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An·tyl·lus meth·od

(an-til'ŭs),
ligation of the artery above and below an aneurysm, followed by incision into and emptying of the sac.

An·tyl·lus meth·od

(an-til'ŭs meth'ŏd)
Ligation of the artery above and below an aneurysm, followed by incision into and emptying of the sac.

Antyllus,

Greek physician, ca. 150 A.D.
Antyllus method - ligation of the artery above and below an aneurysm, followed by incision into and emptying of the sac.