Wardrop method

Ward·rop meth·od

(wōr'drop),
treatment of aneurysm by ligation of the artery at some distance beyond the sac, leaving one or more branches of the artery between the sac and the ligature.

Ward·rop meth·od

(wōrd'rŏp meth'ŏd)
Treatment of an aneurysm by ligation of the artery at some distance beyond the sac, leaving one or more branches of the artery between the sac and the ligature.

Wardrop,

James, English surgeon, 1782-1869.
Wardrop disease - acute onychia occurring spontaneously in debilitated patients, or in response to slight trauma. Synonym(s): onychia maligna
Wardrop method - for treatment of aneurysm.