ARTHUR A . . ALTMAN

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A NUMBER of investigators have observed, although somewhat inconstantly, an increase in the coagulability' and viscosity of the whole blood, sludging of the red cells, and agglutination and adhesives of blood elements with lipemia. Clinically, an aggravation of the symptoms and signs of arterial insufficiency by hyperlipemia was observed in patients with(More)
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