Alfred E. Barclay

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proximal to the level of the constriction. Furthermore, it could cause a reflex spasm of the arteries of the opposite limb (thigh). He was at that time investigating the " crush syndrome " and its resultant anuria. Continuing his researches, he studied the effect of constriction of a lower limb upon the abdominal and in particular the renal vessels. In(More)