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Based on non-invasive studies using pulsed Doppler velocimetry, it appears that the brachial artery in hypertensive humans responds actively to positional changes and norepinephrine infusion,(More)
Studies based on non-invasive methods, using a pulsed Doppler flowmeter technique, show that, in hypertensive patients, the brachial artery reacts actively to posture changes and to a norepinephrin(More)
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