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Leg wounds develop complications after saphenous vein graft harvesting in approximately 5 percent of patients. The common complications include dermatitis (inflammation of the skin), cellulitis (a bacterial infection of the skin), nerve damage, and non-healing ulcers most are minor and do not require surgical intervention.As mentioned above, patients with symptomatic angina who undergo coronary artery bypass graft surgery (CABG) can have greatly improved outcomes.
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