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[Coarctation of the abdominal aorta].
HISTORY AND FINDINGS When a 27-year-old woman went to her general practitioner with symptoms of acute gastroenteritis he noted a paraumbilical murmur on auscultation. There were no symptoms ofExpand
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A comparative analysis of transcutaneous oximetry (tcPO2) during oxygen inhalation and leg dependency in severe peripheral arterial occlusive disease.
Transcutaneous oximetry (tcPO2) performed during either oxygen inhalation or leg dependency was intra-individually compared in 64 patients suffering from a peripheral arterial occlusive disease, withExpand
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Spontaneous oscillations of laser Doppler skin blood flux in peripheral arterial occlusive disease.
In the present study, local temporal fluctuations of skin perfusion were non-invasively measured at the forefoot and calf in 374 limbs of 226 patients with peripheral arterial occlusive diseaseExpand
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Sarpogrelate, a 5-HT2A receptor antagonist in intermittent claudication. A Phase II European study
This was a multinational, multicentre, double-blind Phase II study in Europe to evaluate the efficacy and safety of two dose regimens (200 mg bid and 200 mg tid) of sarpogrelate (MCI-9042, 5-HT2AExpand
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[Exercise-induced platelet aggregation: in vitro and ex-vivo aggregation of human platelets after administration of crystalline adrenaline and after ergometric exercise (author's transl)].
Even at an adrenaline concentration of 10(-9) mol/l, using strictly defined in-vitro flow conditions at 37 degrees C and physiological pH levels, there is a significant rise in platelet aggregationExpand
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Blood Fluidity as a Consequence of Red Cell Fluidity: Flow Properties of Blood and Flow Behavior of Blood in Vascular Diseases
Blood is known to be an extremely non-Newtonian material, the fluidity (or reciprocal of viscosity) of which can vary in vivo between that of plasma alone and zero, that is, the total lack ofExpand
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A rheological method for the quantification of platelet aggregation (PA) in vitro and its kinetics under defined flow conditions.
Abstract In vivo, the processes of platelet aggregation and adhesion occur under conditions of rapid blood flow. However, most in vitro tests of platelet aggregation have not reconciled this basicExpand
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Clinical information content of transcutaneous oxymetry (tcpO2) in peripheral arterial occlusive disease (a review of the methodological and clinical literature with a special reference to critical
About 160 publications (1978-1992) dealing either directly or indirectly with transcutaneous oxygen partial pressure measurements (tcpO2) in peripheral arterial occlusive disease (PAOD) are reviewed.Expand
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